Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts
Network neutrality has emerged as one of the highest profile issues in telecommunications and Internet policy last year. Not only did it play a pivotal role in both houses of Congress during debates over proposed communications reform legislation; it also emerged as a key consideration during the Federal Communications Commission consideration of the recent SBC-AT&T, Verizon-MCI, and AT&T-BellSouth mergers. In the following exchange, Professors Tim Wu and Christopher Yoo engage in a lively debate over the merits of network neutrality that reviews the leading arguments on both sides of the issue.
Tim Wu & Christopher S. Yoo,
Keeping the Internet Neutral?: Tim Wu and Christopher Yoo Debate,
Federal Communications Law Journal, Vol. 59, p. 575, 2007; Vanderbilt Public Law Research Paper No. 06-27; Vanderbilt Law & Economics Working Paper No. 06-30; Columbia Law & Economics Working Paper No. 310
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