Does Neutrality violate the 1st amendment rights of ISPs? (Do ISPs have 1st amendment rights?)

There are sound policy reasons why net-neutrality mandates should not be adopted. But there is a more fundamental reason, which to date has received little public attention: Net-neutrality mandates almost certainly would violate the First Amendment rights of the broadband Internet service providers (ISPs).

Read Net Neutrality and Free Speech from Broadcasting & Cable and explore / contribute to the Network Neutrality category of the Whats New Media Wiki.

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  1. Pingback: Staking claim to the public Internet « What’s New Media?

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