Mozilla v. FCC

” title=”http://clinic.cyber.harvard.edu/files/2018/08/Amicus-Engine.pdf\”>” target=”_blank”>http://clinic.cyber.harvard.edu/files/20…MOZILLA v. FCC |No. 18-1051 | United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit | August 27, 2018  | The Cyberlaw Clinic filed an amicus brief (pdf) in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, on behalf of Engine Advocacy, supporting petitioners in a set of consolidated cases challenging the Federal Communications Commissions’ rollback of Obama-era net neutrality protections. Engine—a non-profit organization that advocates on behalf of the startup community—previously filed comments and reply comments with the FCC in the runup to the 2018 “Restoring Internet Freedom Order” (pdf) that is the subject of these proceedings. The brief highlighted Engine’s prior comments and noted instances where the FCC mischaracterized, failed to consider, or improperly discounted the interests of the startup community and the harms to innovators and venture investors of eliminating clear ex ante rules against throttling, blocking, and paid prioritization.

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