Net neutrality has been back in the news in a big way following the D.C. Circuit Court's decision in Verizon v. F.C.C.  to strike down many key provisions of the agency's open-internet rules.  The decision was a monumental one, but far from then end of the debate with President Obama indicating Friday that he expects the FCC to revisit the issue in some fashion. The immediate fallout from the decision and what happens next remain to be seen, but in the meantime here's a few links from around the web covering the issue from a variety of perspectives.

"Disruptions: Paying to Travel in the Internet's Fast Lanes" - Nick Bilton- New York Times

"A FEMA-level fail’: The Law Professor who Coined ‘Net Neutrality’ Lashes Out at the FCC’s Legal Strategy" - Brian Fung - Washington Post

"Verizon's Net Neutrality Victory Means More Fighting to Come - Joshua Brustein" - Bloomberg Businessweek

"Calm Down. The Courts Didn’t Just End the Open Internet." - Ezra Klein - Washington Post 

"Netflix Neutrality: Court Ruling Won't Boost Your Netflix Bill. Yet." - Joan E. Solsman- CNET

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