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Net Neutrality, Law and Policy: a Modest Comment on Verizon v. FCC

I am somewhat late to last week’s D.C. Court of Appeals decision in the Net Neutrality case: Verizon v. Federal Communications Commission.  In brief, the Court struck down the Federal Communications Commission’s “Open Internet Order”, which imposed restrictions on how broadband providers may interact with providers of services like Netflix, Google and Youtube (so-called “edge […] Read more

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Publish or Be Damned

A troubling controversy is emerging about the decision of a couple of federal adjudicative tribunals, those charged with social security and refugee appeals, to refuse to publish all of their decisions. Those who regularly represent clients in these appeals are complaining. There is no general rule even that all judicial decisions be published. In courts […] Read more