Verizon spearheads Net neutrality challenge with lawsuit

01/20/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The · Washington Post, The · Ars Technica · CIO.com

Verizon Communications is formally challenging the Federal Communications Commission's Net neutrality regulations, despite its role in drafting them. The broadband company filed suit Thursday in a federal appeals court, arguing that the FCC lacks the authority to force companies to keep their networks open to competitors. Last year Verizon joined Google in releasing a proposal for Net neutrality that looks strikingly similar to the one introduced by the FCC, with one main difference: The companies said Congress should make the rules.

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