The effort to induce "net neutrality" is a "fix" to a non-existent "problem". The internet market to date has been characterized by robust competition and multiple vendors. "Net Neutrality" is an attempt by the big users (similar to coal producers uniting against railroads) to politicize the situation in their own favor, by citing theoretical potential issues that have never actually occurred. I prefer a government that errs on the side of restraint. There's always time to get the government involved later if it becomes necessary. For example, the Feds took Microsoft to court over its predatory practices, but those predatory practices did not eventuate into dominance. Today the Windows PC is in decline and MS Mobile is a non-player. The OSes of choice in pads and phones is Apple or Droid. Given enough time, market forces will clean up capitalism's worst excesses. And often government intervention creates its own problems.