How Net Neutrality Could Still Survive
This may take a while to load. Anyone who’s bemoaned the Federal Communications Commission’s impending elimination of net neutrality can be consoled: The Dec. 14 commission vote on equal internet access is sure to be challenged in court, starting in one of 13 federal appeals courts. Jurisdiction is chosen by lottery, but it’s nonetheless one of many variables to be dragged out by at least a year and a half of legal jockeying. While a ruling is at “the end of a long tunnel,” as one lawyer puts it, neutrality partisans could see daylight there.