The Federal Communications Commission okayed net neutrality rules last month. As a result, telecom companies are putting up a fight. On Monday, lawsuits were filed against the FCC. The lawsuits claim the new rules violate the Constitution, procedural requirements and federal communications laws.
Alamo Broadband and the U.S. Telecom Association (which includes major telephone companies such as AT&T and Verizon) filed the lawsuits. The arguments lack details, and each lawsuit is limited to three pages. The documents still offer a small hint at the arguments provided by the telecom companies against the FCC.
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