When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to dismantle the Obama-era net neutrality regulatory framework, the agency nevertheless recommitted to enforcing its existing transparency rule, albeit a modified version. First imposed in 2010, the transparency rule requires fixed and mobile internet service providers (ISPs) to disclose their operating practices and commercial terms. Explaining that the transparency …

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