It's been a long and strange road on the way to net neutrality, and the D.C. Circuit has been a key part of that journey.
As of Wednesday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decided to drop any plans to appeal the D.C. Circuit's striking of the Commission's anti-blocking rules, opting instead to do a re-write, The Washington Post reported.
Can we expect the FCC to produce viable net neutrality guidelines this time around?