The New York Times reported that “Members of Congress are expected to introduce net neutrality laws this year that would create nationwide rules, overriding whatever states have adopted.”  The February 1, 2019 article entitled “Net Neutrality Repeal at Stake as Key Court Case Starts” presented these comments about the hearing before the “the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit,…”:

The plaintiffs in the suit, led by the internet company Mozilla and supported by 22 state attorneys general, say the commission lacked a sound legal reason for scrapping the regulations.

The government was expected to argue that the rules were repealed because of the burden they imposed on broadband providers like Verizon and Comcast.

….could wind through the courts for years. If the commission loses, it might try to rewrite its order rolling back the rules to avoid further legal challenges.

Stay tuned to watch the next exciting in Net Neutrality which may never be settled!