Originally published in Washington Internet Daily on June 15, 2016.
“There’s plenty in the decision to pique the high court’s interest, said Fred Campbell, director of Tech Knowledge. “‘The D.C. Circuit’s conclusion that the mass media capability of the internet ‘does not meaningfully differentiate broadband from telephone networks for purposes of the First Amendment’ is novel and the reasoning supporting it is inconsistent with existing First Amendment precedent,’ Campbell emailed. ‘Because the case involves a federal agency rule, it’s unlikely that this constitutional issue would ever result in a circuit split. In these circumstances, Supreme Court review is justified.”‘
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