In recent US appellate court,11-1355, Verizon v US F.C.C, the court says "no neutrality"
In recent US appellate court,11-1355, Verizon v US F.C.C, the court says "Given that the Commission has chosen to classify broadband
providers in a manner that exempts them from treatment as
common carriers, the Communications Act expressly prohibits
the Commission from nonetheless regulating them as such."
So, why doesn't the FCC Board simply reclassify Internet Service Providers (broadband, dialup, fiber-optics) as "Essential Utilities"? Then the FCC can properly regulate this 21st century UTILITY as it should be doing now, by protecting the ability of Americans to EQUAL and unfettered access to the information they choose on the Internet and not that chosen by their Internet Service Provider.
It would END the great "Net Neutrality" discussion, permanently.
My suggestion to improve the FCC? Ask the Public, and the President of the these United States if that sounds like the reasonable thing to do regarding this issue.