By John Eggerton, Multichannel News, 1-17-23

Broadband operators, including those represented by ACA Connects and NCTA–The Internet & Television Association, have asked the Federal Communications Commission to either clarify or reconsider two requirements in their rules implementing consumer broadband labels that they say may not pass legal muster otherwise.

Congress mandated the labels so consumers can better gauge just what kind of broadband service they are getting, including price, speed and quality.

While the label has to be on ISP websites, ads, and in other marketing materials, it does not have to be on monthly bills.  » Read More