Tuesday, June 9, 2015

New Net Neutrality Order Is Nadir For the First Amendment and Internet Freedom

Welcome to the New Frontier where the State will sign off on what you can and can't read, for the Greater Good, because, . . . Net Flix, or something.


If a court affirms the FCC’s ruling that broadband Internet service providers (ISPs) have no right to exercise editorial discretion over Internet transmissions on their networks, the First Amendment could not stop the government from censoring the transmissions of end users on ISP networks.

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