D.C. Circuit Voids FCC 'Net Neutrality' Order

, The National Law Journal

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The Federal Communications Commission once again came up short in its attempt to regulate broadband Internet service providers, with a divided panel of federal appellate judges striking down the agency's net neutrality rules for the second time.

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    If consumer A uses twice as much electricity, heating oil, water or natural gas than consumer B, consumer A should inarguably pay more than consumer B. So why should it be any different when it comes to bandwith?

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    All important infrastructure should be nationalized, and the big corporate oligarchs broken up into tiny bits using the antitrust laws.

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    Another appropriate loss for the command-and-control statists.

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