As predicted, the FCC voted yesterday to reverse its 2015 net neutrality rules—and to thereby abandon a policy position that it had held since at least the 1960s. Chairman Pai, and Commissioners O’Rielly and Carr voted to approve the Order. Commissioners Clyburn and Rosenworcel dissented.
I’ll have more to say on yesterday's vote, including comments on some dimensions of the coming legal challenges. After all, this vote is only the beginning, as this explainer on the process for challenging the FCC’s order details.