Video: Video: U.S. To Internet Providers: We Are Watching Your Speed Promises

Video: U.S. To Internet Providers: We Are Watching Your Speed Promises

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U.S. communications regulators on Wednesday reminded Internet service providers to promise consumers only the speed and quality of service that they actually deliver, or face penalties. In an advisory, the Federal Communications Commission urged both fixed and wireless Internet service providers (ISPs) to comply with regulations that say the companies must be clear and accurate in the information they tell consumers about their broadband services.

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