Public Knowledge Responds to Carriers’ Brief Targeting Net Neutrality
Public Knowledge Responds to Carriers’ Brief Targeting Net Neutrality
Public Knowledge Responds to Carriers’ Brief Targeting Net Neutrality

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    Today, the carriers filed their opening brief in the DC Circuit Court of Appeals challenging the Federal Communications Commission’s Open Internet Order. Joined by other intervenors, Public Knowledge will file its response in the coming weeks.

    The following can be attributed to John Bergmayer, Senior Staff Attorney at Public Knowledge:

    “We are confident that our upcoming brief will thoroughly rebut the carriers' inadequate and off-base arguments, demonstrating why the Open Internet rules are important to protect consumers, free speech and competition.

    “We are confident that our upcoming brief will thoroughly rebut the carriers' inadequate and off-base arguments, demonstrating why the Open Internet rules are important to protect consumers, free speech, and competition, and explaining how the authority the FCC used and the procedures it followed were all lawful.”