Comment: Absolutely, but I'd ask for

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Absolutely, but I'd ask for

Absolutely, but I'd ask for any example of a state sanctioned quasi-monopoly that has not taken advantage of that status to charge more than the free market would allow. As with all regulation, net-neutrality isn't without any possible flaws, but it is an attempt to balance the already regulated ISP market. In my opinion anyone against net neutrality would be better off fighting the regulation that makes it hard to start an ISP, then net neutrality wouldn't even be needed because competition and the free market would keep the internet open and fast.