The Data Chronicles: Net Neutrality alters the online ecosystem

Welcome to Hogan Lovells’ The Data Chronicles, brought to you by the firm’s global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice. This multimedia series is dedicated to the ever-changing legal and regulatory developments in the world of data, privacy, and cybersecurity.

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is once again top of mind for players in the digital economy. The FCC has reinstated net neutrality rules as part of Chairwoman Rosenworcel's push to play a larger role in network, cyber, and national security issues. In this episode, host Scott Loughlin is joined by Hogan Lovells senior counsel, Charles Mathias, and counsel, John Castle, to discuss the privacy implications of the final rules, including how this policy could further restrict foreign access to data, and grant FCC authority over addressing cyber vulnerabilities and imposing other data protection obligations.

Our Communications, Internet, and Media practice previously authored a deep dive article on the reinstatement of the rules here.


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