You're Not Going to Like Where Congress Is Going with Net Neutrality

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Media Outlet: Mashable

OTI's Josh Stager and PIT fellow Dipayan Ghosh wrote for Mashable about Congress's approach to repealing net neutrality, and an invitation to a private meeting reportedly sent to eight major tech companies:

Governance of the internet cannot be lay to politics, especially as access to the internet is increasingly seen as a human right. The reality is that net neutrality is settled law. Congress must productively move internet policy forward by finding ways to close the digital divide. Repealing the 2015 net neutrality rules would only take us backwards.


Authors:

Dipayan Ghosh is a fellow across New America’s Public Interest Technology initiative and the Open Technology Institute, where he focuses on advancing consumer-oriented public policy initiatives at the intersection of privacy, security, and civil rights.

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