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Table of Contents - February 19, 2020

Bureau Seeks Input on Issues Remanded by Court in RIF Case

The FCC's Wireline Competition Bureau today requested comment to refresh the record in its restoring Internet freedom (RIF) and Lifeline proceedings with respect to issues remanded to the agency by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in the "Mozilla Corp. v. FCC" decision that upheld the agency's 2017 RIF order, which reclassified broadband Internet access service as an information service and eliminated most of the agency's net neutrality rules adopted in its 2015 open Internet order.

The court recently denied all requests for rehearing the case (TR Daily, Feb. 6) and issued its mandate yesterday, the bureau noted in a public notice released today in WC dockets 17-108, 17-287, and 11-42.

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