But that's not possible, someone needs to ensure all the infrastructure functions, or no net.
I'd prefer if we had a government agency dedicated to ensuring internet access was limited only by the hardware used.
I am opposed to any kind of throttling on traffic outside that (apart from the limitations of the internet hardware itself).
In my ideal world, the internet would basically be a vast open network, unlimited by anything except hardware. Any kind of security or content limits desired would only be implemented on the connected devices and networks.
Even more ideal would be high-speed connections available in the vast majority of locations, free. But that isn't going to take place any time soon, since these large corporations are somehow an intrinsic part of the internet in the US atm. Of course they maintain the network, so that's something...