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.
Communications Law | Internet Law | Law | Law and Society
Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts
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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