Net Neutrality is a controversial legal principle, but it is necessary to protect the Open Internet. ISPs are always seeking new ways to profit from their market power, and Net Neutrality ensures they don’t unfairly interfere with customers’ internet traffic.
What is Net Neutrality?
A legal principle used by the FCC to protect the Open Internet.
What’s happening to it?
ISPs are directly challenging the FCC’s Net Neutrality regulations in court, while indirectly challenging them by using a questionable practice called Zero-Rating.
— Ars Technica (@arstechnica) April 1, 2016