Changes to 'zero rating' is the first of many policy changes we can expect to see.
The Federal Communications Commission often took stances that angered the phone and cable industries under the Obama administration. It's already starting to lean the other way.
The regulator of broadcast TV and internet services says cellphone companies that exempt some services from data caps are good for consumers after all.
That effectively cuts prices for these services, usually ones owned by the phone company. But many consumer advocates say that ultimately hurts consumers by undermining other, independent services.