I'm still reading about this whole net neutrality topic and, moving past the hyperbole, let's all hash tag and carry a sign hysteria, am finding basis for both sides of the discussion. As has been pointed out, as entrenched as use of this technology is all across the world, any changes will be on a pretty short leash.
I can't speak for everyone, but I want free internet, free cell phone, and free health care... free as in government provided. How much more might we have to pay in taxes to attain this level of service?
@gofish101 have you ever read the book Atlas Shrugged?
She was right though, every time the government gets involved the "whatever" gets politicized, messed up and costs more, usually much more. Politicians always reward their donors, we need to figure out how to insure they can't reward their donors, specifically!
Well that went as expected. Now we get to see if the doomsday folks were right. Hey, at least unlike cutting down a forest or leveling a mountain, this can always be changed back with the stroke of a pen.