What’s Next For The FCC After ‘Net Neurality’


Unless Congress or the courts step in, what is commonly referred to as “net neutrality” by techies and “Facebookero freakouts” in a panic about “Lexus lanes” for their internet will be gone some 30 days after the FCC’s order to remove Title II classification of broadband is published in the Federal Register. 

Aside from the NPRM approved last week that could loosen the national broadcast TV ownership cap, what else is the FCC likely focused on for 2018? Gus Hurwitz, a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute specializing in telecommunications and technology law, high-tech industry regulation, and cybersecurity, has provided a look at the top 5 issues the FCC will now focus its attention toward.

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