Tuesday, December 21, 2010

FCC Net Neutrality "Rules" are More Like "Principles"

To me, this reads more like a statement of principles and direction than "rules." That likely is by design. That also means if the court challenges do not invalidate the entire order, we are in for a long period of gradual testing of what each of the principles actually means.

It appears we don't really know much, yet, especially since the actual language hasn't been released.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/45749183/Net-neutrality-statement-by-Julius-Genachowski-the-FCC-chair-on-Dec-21-2010

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

They are principles because that text is a speech. Those who want to regulate the internet are so flamingly incompetent that they can't even make a pdf of their own order and put it online.

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