~ Removed Off Topic Remarks ~ So, because Google is trying to find ways to demote "unworthy" sites from search results, then we should just go ahead and give ISP's carte Blanche to block "unworthy" sites entirely?? Then he claims that because the regulations on telecom companies stifled innovation (those regulations which were utterly different and unrelated to anything requiring fair and open communication) then nothing should ever be regulated in any way ever again? The trouble is there are enough blindly guillible fools in society that will read such articles and buy into that nonsense. The same who refuse to believe we no longer have a free and independent mainstream media because 1996 deregulation allowed corporations to buy and then control all of it, just in time for the turn of the millenium and the implementation of plans for the new world order, of course. The bill to kill net neutrality is part of a highly political agenda to apply censorship to the internet, the talk of business is a smokescreen. As long as the ISP's are forced to remain neutral the only way they have of censoring is at the web hosting level which is difficult because web hosting can be anywhere in the world. Control of deregulated ISP on the other hand, would allow them to censor what millions of users can access in one foul swoop and this is what killing net neutrality is really all about. They control the publishing houses, the movie industry, the mainstream media, the politicians, the governments but so far the internet has been out of their control and it is the last piece in the censorship puzzle and if they achieve that it will close the door on the last reaches of freedom of information and democracy and leave us with nothing but censorship and propaganda fueled totalitarianism.