The FCC Hasn’t Decided How It Will Enforce Net Neutrality



This morning the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) indicated in a blog post that it is “reviewing” a number of legal methods concerning how to enforce new net neutrality rules.

The implication is plain: No choice has been made. The FCC claims that it is “looking ahead” to more round tables that could help shed light on which method is best. The agency noted several proposals, including AOL’s (AOL owns TechCrunch, hi boss!), the Tim Wu proposal, and Mozilla’s ideas.

I’ve been asking around the past week to try to turn up information on which direction the FCC is leaning, be it 706, Title II, or a blend of the two. I’ve gotten back a tidal wave of shrugs. Now we know why: No one knows what the FCC wants to do, because the FCC doesn’t know what the FCC wants to do.

I am not saying that the FCC is late or anything…

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