adeelarshad82 writes: The FCC moved to dismiss the net neutraliy challenges filed by MetroPCS and Verizon, claiming they were "filed prematurely." Verizon and MetroPCS have both sued the FCC, arguing that the commission did not have the authority to hand down its December net neutrality rules. The FCC maintains that it does indeed have the right to regulate broadband, thanks to provisions in the Communications Act.
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