"Oral arguments before the three-judge panel were heard early this year, and a decision is expected in late spring or early summer. "The court could reinstate the 2015 protections in full, uphold the FCC's repeal, or rule more narrowly on parts of the repeal," says Ryan Singel, a fellow at Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society. "Additionally, the court may decide whether the FCC decision would pre-empt any state laws on net neutrality."" Read more about Net Neutrality Battles Heat Up in Congress and Beyond
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