Media Maven: Net Neutrality Court Ruling and What it Means for Vermont

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Save the Date: Public Hearing: Vermont Legislative PEG Study Committee hosts a Public Hearing on Monday, October 21, 2019 (10 a.m. - 12 p.m.) in Room 10 of the Statehouse in Montpelier - PEG Study Committee is looking into new ways of supporting Vermont’s 25 community media centers as cable revenue declines. Important news from DC District Court of Appeals Order 10/1/19 Court sustains FCC reclassification of Internet from Title 2 (Telecom Service) to Title 1 (Information service) Tells FCC they cannot pre-empt state authority to regulate internet Remands Order back to FCC to reconsider impact on public safetly, pole-attachment regulation, and the Lifeline Program The case will be appealed, so Vermont implementation of Net Neutrality laws will be delayed Find the decision at Mozilla v. FCC DECISION 18-1051-1808766.pdf Contact Lauren-Glenn Davitian at davitian' @'cctv.org. VAN for more information http://vermontaccess.net/

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