These are the FCC's full rules for protecting net neutrality
The FCC has released the full text of its new Open Internet order — the set of rules that are meant to protect net neutrality. Though the rules passed last month, the full text of the order hasn’t been available until now. Even ahead of the vote, only those in the commission were able to see its actual text. That’s not unusual, but considering the significance of this particular vote, a lot of noise was made by dissenting commissioners Ajit Pai and Michael O’Rielly about getting it released to the public. That’s finally happened, though it occurred on the commission’s a normal timeline.
Source:: The Verge