Daily Report: Waiting for the F.C.C.’s Lawyer to Take Another Stand



Jonathan Sallet, the general counsel at the Federal Communications Commission, is not the typical government lawyer. In two years as the F.C.C.’s general counsel, his job has been to defend the commission’s contentious policy that would classify Internet providers as utilities. These rules, generally known as net neutrality, are widely supported by Internet companies and activists and generally opposed by the companies that would be labeled as utilities.


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