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FTC urges circuit court to reject AT&T claims following FCC vote to repeal net-neutrality

January 08, 2018 |
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The Federal Trade Commission has asked a federal appeals court to reject AT&T Mobility's arguments that the commission lacks the authority to regulate the company's data practices, arguing the Federal Communications Commission's recent repeal of Obama-era net-neutrality rules sets aside those claims.

“The new order, released in final form on January 4, 2018, moots AT&T’s argument that the 2015 [net-neutrality] order stripped the FTC of authority to maintain this action,” states an FTC filing with the U.S. Court of...

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