Court upholds FCC net neutrality repeal, but there’s still hope

October 01, 2019

By Rachel Kaser

A federal appeals court today ruled to uphold the FCC‘s 2017 repeal of net neutrality laws, meaning Ajit Pai’s rollback of the Obama-era laws will stand. However, the court did offer an avenue for those who wish to try getting it reinstated in their state, because it turns out the FCC doesn’t have the authority to ban that. The appeal was a ruling on a lawsuit filed last year by a collective of attorneys and non-profits who claim that the December 2017 decision (called the “2018 Order” in the lawsuit) made by the FCC to repeal net neutrality laws was illegal.…

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