FCC took a first attention about anti-discrimination rules for the internet in a policy statement in 2005

FCC took a first attention about anti-discrimination rules for the internet in a policy statement in 2005. It allows all internet service providers to unblock legal content or avoid the customers from connect the devices of their internet connections. With the policy of FCC, it ordered Comcast broadcasting in 2008 to give and avoid slowing connections that used the software peer-to-peer file-sharing like Bit Torrent, which was popular used in that year. Comcast make decision to sued the FCC, because of blocking the agency to limited its bounds. In the court of justice, The federal court agreed to summon the FCC that had failed to make the case of in involvement that had the authority to enforce the 2005 policy statement.