News.com reports that Senator Ted Stevens, chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, has proposed a new compromise in the fierce battle of net neutrality standards. Stevens has added a new provision to his proposed bill that stops short of the demands by Google and other prominent net companies. However, it would preserve consumers’ ability to surf anywhere on the internet and allow use of any web-based application. This compromise does not include a ban on pricing, a ban that content companies have demanded. The compromise would also provide an avenue for consumers to complain to the FCC if they believe their rights were violated. The FCC would also be given the ability to adjudicate complaints with penalties…