Supreme Court denies broadband industry petition to scrub favorable net neutrality court decision fr
Techcrunch ---------- The Supreme Court today offered moral support for net neutrality activists and a soft setback for the current FCC’s agenda by declining to revisit a major case supportive of the 2015 rules. It essentially sets in stone the fundamental legality of those rules — not good PR for the agency that just rolled them back with questionable justification. In a list of orders circulated today (PDF), the Court briefly noted the denial of a writ of certiorari, the official procedure by which a higher court requests the records of a lower court and after further argument passes its own judgment. Four Justices are required to vote yea in order for the case to be accepted — and that wasn’t the case here. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.