FCC releases full Open Internet report.

The 400-page document, which by and large passes the muster of activist groups in favor of Net Neutrality, says, “Threats to Internet openness remain today. The record reflects that broadband providers hold all the tools necessary to deceive consumers, degrade content or disfavor the content that they don’t like,” even though such behavior is prohibited. The Order states that ISPs “shall not unreasonably interfere with or unreasonably disadvantage (i) end users’ ability to select, access and use broadband Internet access service or the lawful Internet content, applications, services, or devices of their choice, or (ii) edge providers’ ability to make lawful content, applications, services or devices available to end-users.” In your copious free time, you may want to read the entire Order here.