My late father who served in the US Marines in WWII and the Korean War taught me when I was young that there are two ways you carry a gun. One is holstered or ready to fire. The analogy to the FCC's decision yesterday is they went from ready to fire, to being holstered. With any weapon dad used to say you don't bluff. I think the FCC in postponing their deadline just did.
Personally, I would have rather seen them take some action against some carrier, and do more than show their teeth. If you have a rule on the books, enforce it. If you don't want to enforce it, don't have the rule.