Preserving an Open Internet without the FCC

Our old friends Brent Skorup and Chris Koopman of the Mercatus Center sat down earlier this summer and reviewed many of the questions relevant to the debate that’s reaching a fever-pitch this week in Washington, net neutrality.

Brent provides a solid background to the issue and debunks some persistent myths, making the case for why the Federal Communications Commission should drop its current net neutrality rules. You can read more in Brent’s Mercatus study, A Truly ‘Open Internet’ Would Be Free of Burdensome FCC Regulation. See also Jessica Melugin’s most recent post “Four Reasons So-Called Net Neutrality Regulations Should Be Scrapped” and CEI’s own video below.