If Common Carriage Doesn’t Work for Broadband, Why Should It Work for Social Media?

In Rights by Michael Rae

That’s the question we asked in our letter to the House Energy & Commerce Committee after FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr testified before its Subcommittee on Communications and Technology in late March. In his testimony, Carr recommended what would amount to a new Fairness Doctrine for the Internet, involving non-discrimination requirements

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