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As far as Net Neutrality... bad mojo. It's basically saying that your ISP is no longer a common carrier. This opens the door to tell you what you can do on the internet as far as going to or supplying to the internet. It can tier charges on a whim.
I'd really not have a problem with this if there were actually real competition in ISP's. Sure there is wireless phone ISP's now and then there is the phone company but there is only one cable company and therefore cable speeds. It's not real competition. So if you use the internet a lot, as all of us do more and more every day, it is a serious threat.
I predict serious throttling of speeds to arise as competition to cable TV arise more and more like Google's Chromecast or Roku or Apple TV... any internet based video supplying technology the cable company has a vested interest in using their virtual internet monopoly to suppress that tech so that people instead opt for their tv service.
There you can tell the cable company to kiss your ass with their 20mb or 50mb speeds when Google is sending you 1gb/sec speed for the same price or less. The rest of us are screwed.
Tiered pricing... What a HUGE regression. Instead of being wide open, I'm seeing us regressing into like... Directtv styled pricing where "you get these channels for $X." Then you get these few extra channels for $X + much more." ... and on and on and on.
Additionally, these ISPs received substantial taxpayer funding to set up these networks. So I think that has strings attached, like don't censor the internet.
One of you will end up here next!