How the FCC Got Its Groove Back in 2015

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Media Outlet: Slate

The Federal Communications Commission spent most of 2014 on a net neutrality roller coaster. This year, it charged ahead with a series of bold moves that demonstrate the 81-year-old agency is more relevant than ever—especially if you care about the future of the Internet.

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Joshua Stager is policy counsel and government affairs lead at the Open Technology Institute, specializing in telecommunications law and policy.