Knotted in net neutrality
The FCC is trying to untie legal knots that hinder its ability to promote and protect an open internet.
It stands by the three rules for net neutrality that it set in 2010. The notice issued on 17 May 2014 canvasses ways it hopes to ensure that its authority to impose rules on interne service providers is secure.
This column, published in Comms Wire on 20 May, explains how it is trying to achieve this and how it may – or may not – affect paid peering.
To read more see Economuse 2014-05-20