A draft agreement announced by the FCC and FTC today outlines how the agencies will work together after net neutrality is killed.
Under the plan the FCC will review complaints from consumers about ISPs, and determine if they are disclosing bad behavior like blocking or throttling content.
The FTC will also investigate these disclosures, to make sure they are disclosures.
Then, they will do nothing about the actual bad behavior.
The FCC is expected to vote on Thursday to replace net neutrality with a plan that makes no sense.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai wants to let ISPs regulate themselves and kick his agency’s regulatory authority to the FTC.
Pai’s plan is to have regulators at the FTC look closely to make sure bad behavior is buried……