Surprise, surprise: There's a partisan divide in the net neutrality debate

"Barbara van Schewick and Morgan Weiland detailed the bill’s holes in The Stanford Law Review, ultimately calling it “network neutrality in name only.”

“At first glance, the bill purports to ban paid prioritization, throttling, and blocking and applies the same rules to fixed and mobile networks, echoing language used by President Obama and FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler to describe their network neutrality proposals,” Van Schewick and Weiland write. “But on closer examination, the bill is so narrowly written that it fails to adequately protect users, innovators, and speakers against blocking, discrimination, and access fees.”"