Legal Question in Constitutional Law in Georgia

I hear the FCC has exempted net neutrality reporting requirements for ISP with fewer than 250,000 subscribers. Is this a violation of the First Amendment? Consider that an ISP may throttle connection speed to 1 B/s.

Asked on 2/24/17, 2:59 pm

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Since this isn't a personal legal question, it's outside the scope of LawGuru, but it is one of many issues where Trump and his appointees may be trashing the Constitution. If you have a strong interest in it, contact the Electronic Freedom Foundation at [email protected] It's likely not a 1st amendment issue, but may violate the 14th amendment and various statutes. Consider donating time and money to the EFF and the ACLU. Also get politically active as fixes will come there as much as from the courts. Our nation is at risk from a President with no respect or knowledge of the constitution and I'm glad you have a concern (it's not my legal field, but it is my country).

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Answered on 2/25/17, 4:30 am

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