From TheHill today:

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is taking a shot at bolstering its controversial net-neutrality rules with a new contest for application developers.

The agency is asking researchers and members of the software industry to design applications that allow users to "monitor and protect Internet openness."

So the same zealots that freak out when they can’t download pirated movies will be responsible for creating the apps that monitor whether the world’s infrastructure providers will be liable for hefty fines. Fantastic.