Like Washington’s summer temperatures, things are heating up with Open Internet Order appeals. We know you’re probably too busy to fully read the Court’s 180 pages of analysis (including 60 page partial dissent) so attorneys Chris Savage, Peter Karanjia, and Dan Reing sat down for 21 minutes to discuss the history and rationale of the Order and the motivation and implications of the D.C. Circuit Court’s decision. Listen to their conversation here.

The FCC’s assumption affirms that

"consumers [now] perceive broadband service both as a standalone offering and as providing telecommunications… These conclusions about consumer perception find extensive support in the record and together justify the Commission’s decision to reclassify broadband as a telecommunications service.”

Still want to know more?

Read our advisories regarding the Open Internet Order and the D.C. Court’s decision.