Kristian Stout on Revived Net Neutrality

Communications Daily – ICLE Director of Innovation Policy Kristian Stout was quoted by Communications Daily in a story about the Federal Communications Commission’s plan to reinstate net-neutrality rules. You can read full piece here.

“Despite dire predictions, the internet has thrived in the absence of utility-style net-neutrality regulations,” said Kristian Stout, International Center for Law & Economics director-innovation policy. Stout also questioned whether the FCC has the authority to impose Title II regulation on broadband: “As the U.S. Supreme Court has made clear through its ‘major questions’ doctrine, federal agencies cannot make major regulatory moves without explicit authorization from Congress.”