The Federal Communications Commission has voted unanimously on a proposed regime for implementing Congress’s mandate that Internet service providers tell their customers up front about the service those customers are buying via point-of-sale labels, and one commissioner used the agency’s January public meeting to call for Big Tech to be held to the same standard.
The FCC since 2016 has allowed ISPs voluntarily to use such so-called nutrition labels as proof that they are adhering to its transparency requirements. But Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel made clear that the difference now is the label is mandated.
The FCC is proposing to use that 2016 label format, which resembles a food nutrition label, as the mandated one, but asks whether there need to be any changes or additions. » Read More
By Richard T. Kaplar|2022-03-30T16:18:13-04:00January 27th, 2022|Issue Watch|Comments Off on FCC Proposes Broadband ‘Nutrition Label’ Regime