When you're done gasping over net neutrality being destroyed by the evil others, and have an open mind for actual facts, here's Ben Thompson's sharp-as-always essay on why the current US regulation is actually preventing lower costs for a neutral net for everyone: https://stratechery.com/2017/pro-neutrality-anti-title-ii/#memberful_done
@raucao The author of the article seems to be ignorant of the pose that carriers are taking in anticipation of law changes. Also this http://money.cnn.com/2011/12/06/technology/verizon_blocks_google_wallet/index.htm
@bkero I disagree. You can't expect to have free Internet for everyone, and as long as actual Internet traffic is not discrimated by host, the playing field is leveled. And I haven't read any horror stories of that happening en masse in Western countries so far, bith with no regulation and with extra messaging packages.