Reuters reported today that trade associations representing Internet service providers “are expected to take the lead in suing the Federal Communications Commission” over its new net neutrality rules.
Verizon sued after the FCC issued net neutrality regulations in 2010. The company ultimately won its case, but the victory backfired because the federal appeals court ruling paved the way for the FCC to impose even stronger rules.
“[A]t least some companies, including Verizon Communications Inc, are currently not planning to bring individual lawsuits and instead aim to participate through trade groups,” Reuters reported, citing “several people familiar with the plan.”
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