Court Denies Title II Stay
Richard Bennett Like June 11, 2015 0
Hot off the wire, the DC Circuit has denied a stay of the Open Internet Order so the new rules go into effect on Friday. They’re already having an effect:
Network services company Cogent has struck some interconnection deals, but has signaled it will complain to the FCC if it feels ISP’s are doing anything to impede Internet openness–like congesting ports.There could also be rate complaints or usage-based pricing complaints or data cap complaints, and perhaps clas actionsuits–and that list is not exhaustive.
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