[Futureoftheinternet.Org] Net neutrality: the FCC takes back the ball

There’s some movement in the U.S. network neutrality debates under a rather dry heading: “Further Inquiry Into Two Under-Developed Issues in the Open Internet Proceeding.

[...] a couple weeks ago Google and Verizon announced a “legislative framework proposal” to “preserve the open Internet and the vibrant and innovative markets it supports, to protect consumers, and to promote continued investment in broadband access,” blogged here. [...]

[...] the FCC notes the areas where consensus has been reached: some conception of net neutrality is a good idea, at least on non-wireless platforms; that network practices should be disclosed; that net neurality shouldn't preclude reasonable network management practices by ISPs; and that case-by-case, flexible adjudication beats lengthy and complex rules.