FCC faced difficult questions from the U.S. Court of Appeals

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) faced difficult questioning from U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. A trio of appellate court judges are analysing if the agency had violated the law in repealing the government’s net neutrality rules for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) last year. According to FCC, the repealed rules raised the ISPs costs of doing business and discouraging them from upgrading their networks. This is the latest legal showdown in a serie of court battles over the net neutrality policies. It will now be up to the Court of Appeals to decide who is on the right side of the law.