Bye, bye Net Neutrality…
From the article: FTC chief warns against ‘unnecessary’ Net rules | Tech News on ZDNet
For proof, look no further than a situation in September in which hundreds of thousands of people who use the popular social-networking site Facebook rebelled against a new feature that some charged was Big Brother-esque, Majoras said. Within days, the site’s founder had quieted some of the fury by giving people the option of turning off the “minifeed,” which shows people whenever someone in their network makes a change to their relationship status, favorite music or other profile information.
An aweful analogy; comparing Facebook to an ISP.
It’s like comparing a car maker with a toll road operator.
Check out the FTC hearings webcast and form your own opinion, but remember, it was a “free market” which produced Hitler’s Nazi party.