The Free State Foundation is proud to announce our newest book: A Reader on Net Neutrality and Restoring Internet Freedom.
In the context of offering a convincing defense of the adoption of the FCC’s December 2017 Restoring Internet Freedom Order, this volume provides a wealth of information and key insights into the long-running debate surrounding “net neutrality” regulation. The selected writings in this Reader, most of which were previously published as Perspectives from FSF Scholars or FSF blogs, explore both legal and policy rationales that support the FCC’s action.
This book is a collection of papers put together by FSF President Randolph May and Senior Fellow Seth Cooper. The book explains why, in our view, the FCC’s pro-consumer, pro-investment, and pro-innovation approach to regulation of Internet service providers adopted in the Restoring Internet Freedom Order should be preserved. In addition to the contributions from the Free State Foundation's in-house scholars, there are contributions in the book from the following members of FSF's Board of Academic Advisors: Tim Brennan, Robert Crandall, Justin (Gus) Hurwitz, Daniel Lyons, James Prieger, Dennis Weisman, and Joshua Wright. And there is an easily digestible Introduction that puts the net neutrality debate in a proper historical context, provides the necessary background for understanding all sides of the controversy, and points to the way forward towards resolution.
A Reader on Net Neutrality and Restoring Internet Freedom is available from Amazon here in paperback for $9.95 or for your Kindle here for $2.99. And it is available here from Apple and other booksellers in various e-book formats for $2.99 or less.