TITLE

NET NEUTRALITY AND THE FCC'S 2015 OPEN INTERNET ORDER

AUTHOR(S)
Friedlander, Simone A.
PUB. DATE
January 2016
SOURCE
Berkeley Technology Law Journal;2016 Special Issue, Vol. 31, p905
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on development of net neutrality law in the U.S. with the 2015 Open Internet Order of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) established judicial standards. It mentions that legal challenges with administrative law jurisprudence and Internet as a Title II of the Telecommunications Act with telecommunications service subject to common carrier regulation. It also mentions that judicial standards arbitrary and capricious doctrines of Internet.
ACCESSION #
120485590

 

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