Cell phone company sues FCC over net neutrality rules

[JURIST] MetroPCS [corporate website], the fifth-largest cell phone company in the US, said Tuesday that it has filed an appeal [text, PDF] challenging new net neutrality [JURIST news archive] rules that will allow the government to regulate Internet traffic. Roger Linquist, MetroPCS’s president and CEO, said in a statement that his company’s reasons to sue were similar [WP report] to Verizon’s, which filed a similar suit last week [JURIST report]. Verizon is challenging the regulations, which would prevent Internet providers…

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