Nulla di nuovo, in verità. La proposta verrà esaminata nel Consiglio di dicembre.
Forse la cosa piu' rilevante è che sembra sparita la riclassificazione degli ISP sotto il Title 2, un successo del patto googletrop-verizonov.
Preserving a Free and Open Internet - Speeches - OpenInternet.gov.
First, consumers and innovators have a right to know basic information about broadband service, like how networks are being managed. The proposed framework therefore starts with a meaningful transparency requirement, so that consumers and innovators have the information they need to make smart choices about subscribing to or using a broadband network, or how to develop the next killer app. Sunshine can help solve problems early, reducing the number of issues that come to the FCC.
Second, consumers and innovators have a right to send and receive lawful Internet traffic — to go where they want and say what they want online, and to use the devices of their choice. Thus, the proposed framework would prohibit the blocking of lawful content, apps, services, and the connection of non-harmful devices to the network.
Third, consumers and innovators have a right to a level playing field. No central authority, public or private, should have the power to pick which ideas or companies win or lose on the Internet; that’s the role of the market and the marketplace of ideas. And so the proposed framework includes a bar on unreasonable discrimination in transmitting lawful network traffic.
The proposed framework also recognizes that broadband providers must have the ability and investment incentives to build out and run their networks. Universal high-speed Internet access is a vital national goal that will require very substantial private sector investment in our 21st century digital infrastructure. For our global competitiveness, and to harness the opportunities of broadband for all Americans, we want world-leading broadband networks in the United States that are both the freest and the fastest in the world. To this end, broadband providers need meaningful flexibility to manage their networks — for example, to deal with traffic that’s harmful to the network or unwanted by users, and to address the effects of congestion.
Reasonable network management is an important part of the proposal, recognizing that what is reasonable will take account of the network technology and architecture involved.
Critiche dall'huffington post: Non afferma l'autorità della FCC sugli ISP (forse perchè è limitata dalle regole USA ? lo stesso Huffington post lo riconosce qui.), non offre grandi protezioni contro la prioritizzazone a pagamento (bisogna vedere il testo), e' ancora piu' debole nei confronti del wireless.
Wired prevede che ci saranno battaglie legali (è una novità ?)