..."That's what we call cable TV." Sir Tim Berners-Lee
The New York Times publishes an editorial today that effectively brings together a number of net neutrality issues that cross some of the political and social divides in this country today.
While most, if not all, of the folks here are aware of this creeping agenda, there are a lot of Ebay-bidders, fantasy-team managers, My-Spacers, on-line shoppers, college students, research analysts, shut-in emailers, do-it-yourselfers, gardeners, artists, vacation-planners and pet-owners (to name just a few groups) that have come to rely on net neutrality, tho' they might not be aware of what it's called or what may be happening to it.
As a once long-time and(hopefully)future subscriber,I've felt consistently betrayed by the NYT over the last 5-6 years, butI'm gratified to see at least one of the big names of the traditional media bringing a wider audience to what the telecoms and other monied interests are attempting to push under the radar...