FCC to unveil broadband nutrition labels
April 4, 2016
The FCC is teaming up with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau this morning to reveal new consumer disclosure labels for broadband designed to help consumers decide what service is right for them. The notices, largely developed by the agency’s Consumer Advisory Committee, include information on things like network performance, pricing, and traffic management policies like throttling heavy users to limit network congestion.
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