By a party-line vote of 3-to-2, the Federal Communications Commission has approved new rules for Internet traffic to protect consumers by guaranteeing access and requiring more public disclosure from cable and telephone companies. When you want access to a legal website, you'll get it. When you're streaming a movie on Netflix and it gets interrupted, you'll be able to find out why. But is it "net neutrality?" Will it hold up in court? Amy Schatz covers the FCC for the Wall Street Journal.