FCC slams banhammer on 5G fast lanes with final net neutrality text

Some experts expressed doubts that network slicing was really going to be used by telcos in the way net neutrality advocates feared, but the final text appears to have reassured some that this has now been avoided.

"That means an ISP can't provide preferential treatment to select apps or categories of apps such as providing more bandwidth, reducing delay, or guaranteeing quality of service," said Stanford Law Professor Barbara van Schewick, referring to the new wording.