The FCC’s new net neutrality strategy, proposed last week by commissioner Tom Wheeler, has been widely hailed as a victory for advocates of an open internet. A big part of that has been the belief that the federal government and the FCC would now regulate the internet more like a utility—though, that isn’t entirely the case. 

Joining LXBN TV to explain why the FCC isn’t quite regulating the internet like a utility and answer a few key questions on looming challenges is telecom attorney Doug Jarrett. He’s based in Washington, DC with Keller and Heckman and author on the firm’s Beyond Telecom Law Blog.