Harold Feld Doesn’t Just Explain FCC Law on a Difficult Net Neutrality Question, He Makes It Funny

It is not easy to explain the debate over whether — were the FCC to reclassify broadband as a Tittle II service — Sec. 201 and 202 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, would then permit or require the agency to allow tiered services or whether net neutrality would/could survive. It's complicated, but grandmaster telecoms lawyer Harold Feld not only explains it in plain English, but manages to be really funny too. I hope he'll forgive my reprinting one of the better punch lines.

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