Net Neutrality Landscape Set to Shift… Again

by Eric Abbruzzese | 1Q 2015 | IN-3498

The FCC has taken two major actions aimed at calming the U.S. Internet market in the long term: voting to redefine broadband as 25 Mbps down and 3 Mbps up (a major increase from the original definition of 4 Mbps down and 1 Mbps up) and deciding to identify ISPs as common carriers under Title II legislation if passed. These moves are expected to trigger complaint and potential litigation from ISPs in the short term.

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