Request for comments: Restoring Internet Freedom Report and Order / Extension of information collection
The Office of Management and Budget seeks comments on continuing information collection requirements applicable to internet service providers (ISPs) in the Federal Communications Commission's Restoring Internet Freedom Report and Order. The rule requires ISPs to disclose their congestion management, application-specific behavior, device attachment rules, and security practices, as well as any blocking, throttling, affiliated prioritization, or paid prioritization in which they engage. The rule also requires ISPs to disclose performance characteristics, including a service description and the impact of nonbroadband internet access services data services. Finally, the rule requires ISPs to disclose the price of the service, privacy policies, and redress options. The rule requires ISPs to make such disclosures available either via a publicly-available, easily accessible website or through transmittal to the FCC, which will make such disclosures available via a publicly-available, easily accessible website. The information collection will assist the FCC in its statutory obligation to report to Congress on market entry barriers in the telecommunications market.
Information Collection Being Submitted for Review and Approval to Office of Management and Budget