In June, a three-judge panel in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the FCC’s 2015 Open Internet Order (OIO), giving the agency broad authority to regulate broadband service by reclassifying it under Title II. But this is only the next step in what will likely be a long legal process to challenge the OIO. While the Open Technology Institute intervened in the D.C. Circuit case on behalf of the FCC, TechFreedom intervened on behalf of the petitioners and plans to continue to challenge the Net Neutrality ruling in court.
Join TechFreedom, George Washington Institute of Public Policy, and the Open Technology Institute on August 2 for a panel discussion of the case in D.C. and by livestream. Why did the court rule the way it did? What did the dissent say? What are the arguments on appeal, and how likely are the D.C. Circuit and Supreme Court to strike down the Order? How long will this all take, and what does it mean for the future of the Internet?
Join the conversation online by viewing the livstream here.
Assistant Professor of Law, University of Nebraska College of Law
Senior Fellow, GWIPP; Principal, Economists Inc.
Partner, Goldstein & Russell, P.C.
Senior Writer, CNET