Dec. 13 (UPI) -- Internet companies and advocacy organizations, led by software group Mozilla, filed a court appeal Friday to rehear a decision on repealing net neutrality rules.
The appeal seeks a review by the full D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals of an October decision by a three-judge panel. The decision repealed net neutrality rules established in 2015, a concept that demands that Internet Service Providers refrain from favoring one customer over another. The rules were repealed by the Federal Communications Commission, whose chairman, Ajit Pai, was appointed by President Donald Trump in 2017.