FCC unveils nutrition-like labels for Internet service

The Federal Communications Commission is encouraging companies that sell monthly Internet service to use labels that resemble nutritional-fact food labels to inform customers about price and performance of service. The FCC says that the “broadband facts” labels will help consumers make informed decisions about the purchase of broadband service.

The Hill has the story, here. The FCC's press release is here.

A sample label is below:


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