Just in case you've missed over a dozen years of back-and-forth, here's a quick history of Network Neutrality. It started back when Tom Wheeler was the Federal Confusion Commission chairman. Wheeler had been the head of two major communication associations: the cellular and the cable TV groups. He clearly was qualified to lead the FCC. He had spent a number of years arguing with regulators and he knew, because he'd argued against it so often, how to regulate.
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