'Brand X' Case Was So 2004: FCC's Schlick Backs New Views On Cable-Modem Regulations

Eggerton, John; Gibbons, Kent
May 2010
Multichannel News;5/31/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 22, p6
The article presents the view of Austin Schlick, the general counsel at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), on the cable-modem regulations applied on the Brand X case decided upon the U.S. Supreme Court. Together with Paul Clement, Schlick mentions the consistency of a single, integrated information service to the understanding of the Communications Act in the country. He also argues on the bifurcation of the broadband service.


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