Gigi Sohn

Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy

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Gigi Sohn is a distinguished fellow at the Georgetown Law Institute. She is also the co-founding president of Public Knowledge, a digital consumer rights group. Sohn served as counselor to then-FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler. 

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The Federal Communications Commission calls it " restoring Internet freedom ," but whose "freedom" is the FCC talking about?

Is net neutrality about to come to an end?

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The  Federal Communications Commission  is best known for regulating phone companies and policing nudity and strong language on radio and TV.

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