except the problem is you end up with regulation which is only agreed upon when it has no affect on their bottom line, e.g. the very soft 10% requirement to advertise a speed.
I am pretty sure the average joe public does not get the same access to ofcom as a executive of a isp does.
What do you class as inadequate, a isp refusing to accept average speed advertising?
The isps wont agree to something that costs them money. If their agreement is required then any regulation is going to be soft. Presumably BT dont like average speeds because it would require some investment ni the copper loop to rectify which they dont want to do.
Do lawmakers consult with the public before making laws? The whole arrangement seems too cosy.