What's in the FCC's new Net neutrality rules?

ComputerWorld - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted Dec. 21 to create new network neutrality rules for broadband providers.

The 194-page order contains several provisions:

Transparency: The order will require broadband providers to "publicly disclose accurate information" about their network management practices, the performance of their services and their commercial terms. The goal is to provide information "sufficient for consumers to make informed choices regarding use of such services," the FCC said in a press release.

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