The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is a leader in the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies.
Federal Communications Commission Proceeding Regarding Comcast’s Blocking of BitTorrent
Barbara van Schewick is an Associate Professor of Law and Helen L. Crocker Faculty Scholar at Stanford Law School, Director of Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society, and Associate Professor (by courtesy) of Electrical Engineering in Stanford University’s Department of Electrical Engineering, and a leading expert on network neutrality. Read more » about Barbara van Schewick
Marvin Ammori is a leading First Amendment lawyer and Internet policy expert. He was instrumental to the adoption of network neutrality rules in the US and abroad–having been perhaps the nation’s leading legal advocate advancing network neutrality–and also instrumental to the defeat of the SOPA and PIPA copyright/censorship bills. Read more » about Marvin Ammori
Why singling out specific applications to manage bandwidth on a network is not reasonable network management Read more » about Oral Testimony at the Federal Communications Commission’s Second Public En Banc Hearing on Broadband Network Management Practices
Why Comcast’s interference with BitTorrent violates the FCC Internet Policy Statement Read more » about Petition for Declaratory Ruling (with Free Press, Public Knowledge, Media Access Project, Consumer Federation of America, Information Society Project at Yale Law School and Charles Nesson