Versus Trump: Trump Versus Net Neutrality

10/4/18  //  Commentary

On this week's episode of Versus Trump, Jason and Charlie talk about the Trump Administration's lawsuit against California that would block California's new net neutrality law from going into effect. Listen now!

Jason Harrow

Equal Citizens

Charlie Gerstein

Civil Rights Corps

SCOTUS Goes Online

7/12/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

By John Paul Schnapper-Casteras: This might be the year that the Supreme Court begins to meaningfully grapple with the constitutional implications of emerging technologies.

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The Integrity Of The Net Neutrality Record And Deference

1/12/18  //  Commentary

The FCC was targeted for a misinformation campaign and then relied upon an uncorrected record to support its order undoing net neutrality protections. That might matter.

Tejas Narechania

UC Berkeley School of Law

The FCC's Net Neutrality Two Step

1/5/18  //  Commentary

The agency’s conflicting rationales seem largely arbitrary. Moreover, its action abandons a longstanding bipartisan consensus favoring net neutrality.

Tejas Narechania

UC Berkeley School of Law

Net Neutrality News Flash

12/15/17  //  Latest Developments

As predicted, the FCC voted today to reverse its 2015 net neutrality rules

Tejas Narechania

UC Berkeley School of Law

Net Neutrality, Institutional Choice, and Modes of Enforcement

12/12/17  //  Commentary

What exactly does it mean for the Federal Trade Commission to take on net neutrality?

Tejas Narechania

UC Berkeley School of Law

Versus Trump: Trump The Trustbuster (Interview with Lina Khan)

11/30/17  //  In-Depth Analysis

On this week’s episode of Versus Trump, Charlie has an interview with antitrust expert Lina Khan, Director of Legal Policy of the Open Markets Institute, about the lawsuit filed by the Trump Administration to block the proposed AT&T/Time Warner merger. Listen now!

Charlie Gerstein

Civil Rights Corps

Net Neutrality as a Response to the Potential Harms of Vertical Integration

11/30/17  //  Commentary

The case for net neutrality comes down a pithy adage: Trust [that carriers won’t violate net neutrality principles], but verify [compliance through enforceable rules]

Tejas Narechania

UC Berkeley School of Law

Net Neutrality

11/28/17  //  In-Depth Analysis

Where did the existing rules come from? What do these rules accomplish? And what effect might their repeal have?

Tejas Narechania

UC Berkeley School of Law

Treason and Cyberwarfare

7/27/17  //  In-Depth Analysis

By Carlton Larson: There are two forms of treason recognized under the United States Constitution: (1) levying war against the United States; and (2) adhering to our enemies, giving them aid and comfort. Each raises slightly different issues with respect to cyberwarfare.

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FCC Signals it Will Eliminate Title II Treatment of Internet Service Providers

5/2/17  //  Quick Reactions

FCC's action welcomed by industry but will trigger (another) massive legal fight.

Daniel Deacon

U.C. Irvine School of Law

The Blind Side In Trump’s War On The Administrative State

4/17/17  //  Commentary

Neomi Rao’s nomination to serve as Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) is part of Trump and Bannon’s war on the administrative state.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Ian Samuel

Harvard Law School

FCC’s Reversal on Prison Call Rates Demonstrates the Commission’s New Stance

3/29/17  //  Quick Reactions

The FCC has abandoned its legal defense of a 2015 order that placed new caps on the cost of phone calls placed by prison inmates. This reflects a mentality that will have major effects in prisons and elsewhere.

Daniel Deacon

U.C. Irvine School of Law

Network Neutrality: What’s Next at the FCC?

3/21/17  //  Commentary

Among Obama-era FCC initiatives, none grabbed the public’s attention like the fight over net neutrality. Now that Republicans control the FCC, here's what might happen.

Daniel Deacon

U.C. Irvine School of Law