Net neutrality court case preview: Did FCC mess up by redefining broadband?
Oral arguments in the case against Ajit Pai's net neutrality repeal are scheduled for Feb 1, and net neutrality advocates are confident that they will be victorious. Courts generally give deference to FCC classifications, so Pai's opponents will have the burden of proving that the FCC's reasoning wasn't legally sound. Net neutrality proponents spoke to reporters about the upcoming oral arguments in a press conference on Jan 30.
Net neutrality court case preview: Did FCC mess up by redefining broadband? What to expect from tomorrow’s big net neutrality court hearing (Vox) Net neutrality heads to court tomorrow. Here’s what to expect. (Washington Post)