A federal appeals court in the District of Columbia June 14 upheld the Federal Communication Commission’s open Internet ruling from last year. In a 2-1 vote, the court ruled against scaling back the government’s landmark decision classifying the Internet as a utility.
Following a federal appeals court decision upholding the Federal Communication Commission’s net neutrality provision, major Internet Service Providers say they intend to ask for “en banc” re-vote before all the judges on the D.C. circuit appeals court. A three-judge panel June 14 rendered the 2-1 ruling in favor of the FCC. Should that fail, ISPs say they would pursue the matter to the Supreme Court.
Adobe said it is working with Apple to enhance TV Everywhere access across mobile devices. During Apple’s June 13 developers’ conference, the tech giant announced new authentication “application program interface” tools (APIs) that enable easier access to TV Everywhere on Apple devices.