Net Neutrality is a self-evident good, indicating that the Internet should be a free and open place. Removing it gives Internet Service Providers (ISPs) dictatorial power over what users can and cannot access. It is utterly mind boggling that anyone other than the ISPs, who would profit off of their absolute power, would support the removal of Net Neutrality. The end of Net Neutrality is giving ISPs regulatory power over everyone's internet access, and they are accountable to no one. Claims to capitalism are hollow, since there is virtually no competition in internet provision. Ending Net Neutrality gives dictatorial powers over the internet to ISPs, what should be an obviously terrible thing. An absence of Net Neutrality results in *more* regulation, with that regulation imposed by private interests who are not accountable to the public.