Today in Mobile

There are plenty of interesting updates this morning on the FCC’s efforts to establish new rules on net neutrality that will be voted on next week. The Financial Times offers an informative summary of the issue here, and this Ars Technica post includes a lengthy quote from Senator Al Franken (D-MN) including the opinion that the current version of the proposal could do “more harm than doing nothing at all.” Meanwhile, the Huffington Post offers up an amusing (and confusing) graphic of what an Internet (mobile and fixed-line) could look like without net neutrality provisions. Two things are certain: next week will be a huge test for an FCC that claims to be pro-consumer. And few will be completely pleased with anything the FCC settles on.