Fox Sports 1 is live with the first draft of the new Federal Communications Commission rules, which the company says will “create the most robust communications marketplace in the world.”

The company says it’s a “must read” for anyone who’s trying to make sense of the regulations, but it’s the first time it’s been made available to the public.

The FCC has set a release date of July 23 for the public to get a chance to read the rules.

Fox Sports is publishing them on the site in full below.

Here’s a quick guide to the FCC draft:How do I read the draft?

If you don’t have a copy of the FCC’s official rules yet, Fox Sports has a quick and easy guide to read them online: How to read draft FCC rulesHow to interpret the draftFCC regulations on data privacyHow to enforce the rulesFCC rules on net neutrality and data securityThe rules, if approved by the FCC, would apply to wireless and fixed wireless, broadband, wired Internet, mobile broadband, and satellite broadband services, as well as wireless wireless access points.