Once again they take the easy way out
And leave critical protections to the whims of future administrations.
While it's necessary to give the FCC or at least some governmental body authority over regulating ISPs, we also need to codify the rights to equal access for consumers, and make it explicit that those rights trump the ISPs interests where they conflict. There needs to be enough teeth that the penalties for ignoring them aren't themselves an attractive option. We tried letting these companies self regulate, it did not work, and the result included the companies spreading corruption all over capitol hill in the form of pay for play politics that wasn't even thinly veiled.
We already saw what an FCC run by the major telco's did. Unless additional protections are laid down, whatever reforms the current FCC panel implements will be undone by the next.