Transparency Rule Disclosures, Restoring Internet Freedom, Report and Order, WC Docket No. 17-108 , FCC 17-166

OMB 3060-1158

OMB 3060-1158

On December 14, 2017, the Commission adopted the Restoring Internet Freedom Declaratory Ruling, Report and Order, and Order, FCC 17-166. The Restoring Internet Freedom Order restores the light-touch regulatory framework, which allowed the Internet to flourish for almost two decades. The Restoring Internet Freedom Order revises the information collection requirements applicable to Internet service providers (ISPs). The Open Internet Order, adopted in 2010, required ISPs to disclose certain network management processes, performance characteristics, and other attributes of broadband Internet access service. These transparency rule disclosure requirements were significantly increased by the Title II Order. The Restoring Internet Freedom Order eliminates the additional information collection obligations imposed by the Title II Order and adds a few discrete elements to the Open Internet Order’s information collection requirements.

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