Net neutrality vs. internet freedom: A case for the status quo

"Net neutrality is a system in which consumers pay companies for unencumbered internet access —where broadband providers do not interfere with the "freewheeling" internet market, including content, applications and services, said Ryan Singel, founder of Contextly and fellow at Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society. "The easy trope of it is it's two big industries battling over it — and it's just not the case … It's the folks that haven't made it yet that need the protections against internet service providers messing with the free market on the internet.""