The FCC has officially published its Net neutrality rollback order in the Federal Register
, triggering a flurry of legal actions and Capitol Hill scrambling to stop it before it takes hold. The order reverses an Obama era rule requiring that broadband access be regarded as a utility. Without it, ISPs and other firms will be able to speed up or slow down Internet traffic. It also will allow service provers to make adjustments in program access that could speed up technology innovation, the rollback's supporters have contended.