On March 10, the FCC released a fact sheet regarding consumers’ rights in relation to broadband internet services. Significantly, the fact sheet highlights FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s proposed rule, which was recently circulated to the Commission for consideration, to ensure consumers have the tools necessary “to make informed choices about how and whether their data is used and shared by their broadband providers.” According to the fact sheet, Chairman Wheeler’s proposed rule “separates the use and sharing of information into three categories, and proposes adoption of clear guidance for both ISPs and customers about transparency, choice and security requirements for that information.” The Commission will vote on the proposal on March 31; if adopted, a period of public comment will follow the Commission’s approval.