This issue of Infrastructure features an article analyzing the 2019 D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Mozilla v. FCC decision involving the FCC’s 2018 Restoring Internet Freedom Order. In that order, the FCC largely rescinded its 2015 Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet Order (often referred to as “net neutrality”). The 2018 Order represents one leg of the FCC’s three-legged stool for its 5G Fast Plan, which is a plan to promote the rapid deployment of 5G wireless technology in the United States.
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