Mayors Want FCC To Implement Uniform Broadband Reporting

Law360, Washington (June 18, 2015, 5:38 PM EDT) -- A group of 35 mayors and city leaders from across the United States on Wednesday urged the Federal Communications Commission to provide universal and easily parsed measurements by which consumers can see exactly how well their broadband Internet compares with other networks.

Organized by Internet advocacy collaborative Next Century Cities, the leaders' letter urged the FCC to heed the recommendations of a recent Government Accountability Office report that found that current broadband regulations don't mandate universal performance measurements for Internet service providers.

"In theory, consumers should be able to compare their broadband options. While your commission requires Internet service providers (ISPs)...

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