FCC lifts transparency requirements for some internet providers

The Federal Communications Commission today voted to remove reporting requirements for internet providers with fewer than 250,000 subscribers, a move that chips away at the foundation of net neutrality. Today’s vote means these smaller carriers no longer have to publicly share information about data caps, fees, and network performance and management practices for at least five years. – Jessica Conditt, Engadget http://ift.tt/2lNZ7wT