Net neutrality, the idea that internet service providers should treat all legal internet traffic equally (no blocking, throttling or paid prioritization), is an important topic 'round these parts. People who use the internet for work, leisure or both tend to strongly support it. ISPs like Verizon and Comcast? Not so much. And that's understandable. I mean, why wouldn't you want to, for example, throttle Netflix to encourage people to use your own video service?