Re: Net Neutrality
"Government regulation has certainly been known to do more harm than it does good in all kinds of areas, some that seemed like no-brainers, too. That being said, the ' any regulation kills the free market' argument is a little tired, isn't it? It's not like anyone thinks there should be no rules, so what we're really talking about is finding a healthy middle ground."
Amen. Or at least that's the way it should be. But then again, as you pointed out, "go start your own ISP" comments come up. There's definitely a point of view that's a lot closer to "no rules" than it is to "middle ground." Personally, I don't blame telecoms for resisting regulation, but I also don't trust them any farther than I could kick them.