The FCC has voted. No punishment for Comcast, but marching orders. Reuters:
Comcast Corp has been ordered to change how it manages its broadband network after U.S. communications regulators concluded some of its tactics unreasonably restrict Internet users who share movies and other material.
There are no fines, but it ordered the company to stop impeding data that crosses its network, to keep the FCC informed of what it's been doing, and to notify customers about future network management practices.