The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has vacated much of the FCC’s Open Internet order and remanded it back to the FCC.
“[A]lthough we reject Verizon’schallenge to the Open Internet Order’s disclosure rules, we vacate both the anti-discrimination and the anti-blocking rules. The agency’s decision is so deficient as to raise serious doubts whether the agency can adequately justify its decision at all,” said the court. “We remand the case to the Commission for further proceedings consistent with this opinion.”
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