Items tagged "mozilla v fcc"
FCC Action on FCC Remand Fails to Take the Issues SeriouslyFebruary 19, 2020 FCC , mozilla v fcc , Net Neutrality , Open Internet
Today, the Federal Communications Commission issued a bureau-level Public Notice to “refresh the record” on net neutrality as requested by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in Mozilla v. FCC, when the court upheld most of the agency’s net neutrality repeal.Read More
Public Knowledge Responds to D.C. Circuit Refusal to Rehear Net Neutrality CaseFebruary 6, 2020 FCC , mozilla v fcc , Net Neutrality , Open Internet
Today, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals denied petitions for rehearing in Mozilla v. FCC filed by various parties, including Public Knowledge. In the Court’s recent opinion, it upheld in part the Federal Communications Commission’s December 2017 Restoring Internet Freedom Order. Public Knowledge filed as a petitioner opposing the FCC’s abandonment of its own net neutrality rules. While the FCC’s classification decision was narrowly upheld, the court also ruled that the FCC cannot prevent states from enacting their own net neutrality laws or other broadband regulations. Public Knowledge asked the court to reconsider portions of its decision that sided with the FCC.Read More
Public Knowledge Files Petition for Rehearing of Net Neutrality Case Before D.C. Circuit Court of AppealsDecember 13, 2019 FCC , mozilla v fcc , Net Neutrality , Open Internet , petition rehearing
Today, Public Knowledge joined with other stakeholders in filing a petition for rehearing with the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals for Mozilla v. FCC.Read More