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Net Neutrality: Applying (and Expanding) Nondiscrimination Norms in Cyberspace
Federal Lawyer (2011)
  • Daniel Lyons, Boston College Law School
Abstract
The article discusses the regulations to promote net neutrality in the broadband industry by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC. It focuses on the term unreasonable discrimination taken from Section 202 of the Communications Act that restricts telephone companies and telecommunications providers. Details on benefits offered by tiering approach such as a more intelligent Internet traffic management and greater competition among broadband providers are discussed.
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Publication Date
August, 2011
Citation Information
Daniel Lyons. "Net Neutrality: Applying (and Expanding) Nondiscrimination Norms in Cyberspace" Federal Lawyer Vol. 58 Iss. 7 (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/daniel_lyons/30/