No-brainer. This is not a complex issue. It neither requires "experts" to give their opinion, nor a college degree, to be able to swiftly join #TeamNetNeutrality. The internet is necessary live in and be a contributor to this society. The citizens of this country have the right to privacy, and should not have to be concerned that information about them or the way they live is sold by the very companies they pay to provide access to this critical utility. The personal violations don't stop at the initial commoditization of their data, the purchasers of the data weaponize it to violate and invade a person's existence even further by 'targeting' assaults. The opponents of Net-Neutrality either do not understand America, or they don't believe citizens have the right to privacy. Both are exceptionally concerning.