New regs for Tuesday: Wood heaters, NASA security, open Internet

Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register includes new rules for wood heaters, the open Internet, security at NASA offices, consumer privacy protections and military electronics.

Here's what is happening:

Wood heaters: The Environmental Protection Agency is making a new push to raise the standards for new residential wood heaters.

The EPA originally proposed the rule in February but is now including additional testing and certification information for residential wood heaters.

The public has 30 days to comment.

World Wide Web: The Federal Communications Commission is proposing new "open Internet" rules to ensure it remains accessible and affordable for people all around the world.

The public has until July 15 to comment.

Privacy: The Federal Reserve is transferring its rules governing the privacy of consumer financial information to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as mandated by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010.

The changes go into effect in 30 days.

Military electronics: The State Department and Commerce Department are loosening the restrictions on certain military electronics, technology and software that the Obama administration has determined no longer warrant strict control measures.

The changes go into effect on Dec. 30.

NASA: NASA is considering establishing new traffic rules at the agency's headquarters and other stations to ensure the security of the spacecraft there, the agency announced Monday.

The public has 30 days to comment.