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President Trump and Open Internet

In President Trump’s America, is it the end of net neutrality? Forbes interviewed telecomm professionals to discuss outlook for the industry. Pre-election, there was virtually zero discussion of tech and telecom issues by Trump or his campaign.  It’s highly likely that Republican telecom pros are now clamoring to provide opinions to the president-elect’s transition team. […]

Top Takeaways from DWT’s April 26 Open Internet Webinar

As the communications industry anxiously awaits a decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on the judicial challenge to the Federal Communications Commission’s Open Internet rules, the Commission is charging forward with new regulations.  On April 26, DWT held its latest in a series of webinars focusing on Open Internet developments.  […]

Partisan Gridlock on Open Internet Rules Likely to Continue Until Court Ruling

CapitolUncertainty over whether the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit will overturn the FCC’s Open Internet rules appears to be a major roadblock to any bipartisan resolution of the issue in Congress.  James Assey, the Executive Vice President of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) stated that the “overhang” of […]

Open Internet Webinar

webinarWednesday, December 16, 2015 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST Please join us for an interactive, end-of-year discussion about developments in the FCC’s Open Internet (a.k.a. “net neutrality”) rules.  Will the rules survive judicial challenge?  Will Congress act?  How will the rules impact your business in 2016? Agenda: Judicial challenge oral arguments, presented by John […]

Bipartisan Open Internet Legislative Effort Continues in Senate

As the June 12, 2015 effective date of the FCC’s Open Internet Order approaches, the possibility of a legislative net neutrality solution remains.  Senate Commerce Committee Chairman, John Thune (R-SD) and Ranking Member, Bill Nelson (D-FL) are reportedly continuing to engage in negotiations to craft rules designed to protect the open Internet and define the appropriate […]
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