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ISPs Claim Title II Regulations Don’t Apply To the Internet Because "Computers"

Aug 02

New submitter Gryle writes: ArsTechnica is reporting on an interesting legal tactic by ISPs in the net neutrality fight. In a 95-page brief the United States Telecom Association claims Internet access qualifies as information service, not a telecommunication service, because it involves computer processing. The brief further claims “The FCC’s reclassification of mobile broadband internet access as a common-carrier service is doubly unlawful.” (page 56)

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