The FCC passed the "Net Neutrality" policy change with a 3-2 vote that broke along party lines.
Republican Commissioner Mike O’Rielly called it:
Guilt by imagination, trying to guess what will go wrong in the future ...
For those still trying to figure this out, what the FCC did, and why they were able to do it without input from, say, our elected representatives in Congress, was by changing the classification of the internet under existing law.
Under the Communications Act of 1934, the internet used to be regulated under Title I, and will now be regulated under Title II.
Think about what that means: we didn't regulate it properly before, so you need to trust us to regulate it better with this second chance.
Don't hold your breath.