This is poorly written and will not be a practical law to enforce. The fcc has by their rules change made it nearly impossible to enforce a bill like this. We need a new definition for the internet within the law that defines the internet as a new type of utility. One without the massive government oversight but still ensures the government can assure the open internet for everyone. This new distinction would look extremely similar to the 2015 FCC rules but would give a concrete legal standing for the FCC to enforce but also removes the political seesaw from the equation which threatens competition and stability in the industry. As in the 2015 rules this distinction should include access for all people at a fair price and set necessary benchmarks that make the internet the useful and necessary tool it is for all Americans. But also would protect ISPs from the full regulation of Title II and would keep the FCC on track in protecting Americans access to the internet.