Brief for Amicus Curiae Roslyn Layton in Mozilla v. FCC

Roslyn Layton possesses a unique perspective from having published peer-reviewed research on an empirical investigation she performed on the impact of net neutrality rules to mobile application innovation in 53 countries, using recognized measurement tools and statistical methods from data science. Accordingly, this brief will help the Court to understand why the Restoring Internet Freedom Order was reasonable and justified given the academic evidence, or lack thereof, for the virtuous circle theory that was previously relied on to justify utility regulation and the positive effects of light touch regulation internationally as compared to heavy regulation.

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