FCC to mull nutrition-style broadband labelling at next meeting

It was back in 2016 that the FCC first conceived of easy-to-understand labels for broadband services, akin to the nutritional information found on food items. 
At the time, the concept came as part of a broader push towards increased transparency requirements for broadband providers, following a recent net neutrality order. As per the order, the operators were required to share network performance and billing information to customers more clearly, aiming to do eliminate hidden fees and speed caps, with the FCC suggesting the voluntary implementation of nutrition…

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