New Hope for Finally Getting Net Neutrality Right?

Doug Brake April 27, 2017
April 27, 2017

FCC Chairman Pai is taking a step in the right direction by getting rid of the ill-fitting legal mechanism his predecessor used to enshrine the principle of a free and open Internet, writes Doug Brake in The Hill. But as the fourth attempt at sensible net neutrality rules, this is starting to get ridiculous. Congress would do well to start seriously discussing the contours of a compromise so we can put this perennial problem to bed and move on to pressing problems such as closing the digital divide.