FCC asks court to delay oral arguments in case that could restore net neutrality rules

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) asked court to postpone oral arguments, that are scheduled for 1 of February, in a case that will rule on a challenge to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s repeal of net neutrality rules. As the FCC is partially shut down since 22 of December, 2018, the commision filed a motion asking to delay oral arguments in this case. But the appeals court denied the motion and the oral arguments will go on as scheduled on 1 of February.