Forbes: Voters deserve better than net neutrality politics

By Roslyn Layton In the final month of the midterm season, the politicization of serious policy issues is at a fever pitch including internet policy that from 1996-2015 reflected bipartisan agreement. Many states and candidates are trying to get new, younger voters to the polls through a variety of misleading tactics including peddling that overregulation […]


Only Congress Has The Authority To Legislate Net Neutrality

Date: October 16, 2018 Contact: [email protected] Only Congress Has The Authority To Legislate Net Neutrality Since the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to enact the Restoring Internet Freedom Order, liberating the Internet from Depression-era utility regulations that slowed network innovation and investment, some states have pursued a patchwork approach concerning the Internet. A state-centric approach […]


The Wall Street Journal: California’s Net Neutrality Law “Would Break The Internet” 

Date: October 15, 2018 Contact: [email protected] The Wall Street Journal: California’s Net Neutrality Law “Would Break The Internet”  The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board came out against California’s SB 822 net neutrality law last week, saying that the state’s efforts would lead to a “patchwork of state laws” governing the Internet.  Arguing that California’s legislation […]


They Said It!  Bipartisan Legislation From Congress “Only Lasting Settlement” To Net Neutrality

Date: October 11, 2018 Contact: [email protected] They Said It!  Bipartisan Legislation From Congress “Only Lasting Settlement” To Net Neutrality Boston College Of Law Professor Dan Lyons: “The Only Way The Issue Will Go Away Completely Is If Congress Passes A Statute Over Net Neutrality.  Congress Has Not Made Clear What Role If Any The FCC […]