This was posted on IP Democracy about a Net neutrality Bill.
Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) unveiled his net neutrality bill today during a media conference call (MP3 here), outlining the billâ€™s provisions, which include the following:
– Broadband providers will not be allowed to interfere with, block, degrade, alter, modify or change traffic on the Internet;
– Broadband providers will not be allowed to create a priority lane where content providers can buy quicker access to customers, while those who do not pay the fee are left in the slow lane;
– Broadband providers must allow consumers to choose which devices they use to connect to the Internet while they are on the net;
– Consumers should have non-discriminatory access and service; and
– The broadband world should have a transparent system in which consumers, Internet content, and applications companies have access to the rates, terms, and conditions for Internet service.
The bill also has provisions covering a complaint-filing process at the FCC, which aggrieved parties could use in the event of a problem…….