Mods - this is more of a news item than it is just computers, so please don't move it down there. http://www.wired.com/2015/02/fcc-chairman-wheeler-net-neutrality/ Last week, the FCC re-defined broadband as 25mbps down/3mbps up. MOST Americans currently, through AT&T, DISH, and other ISPs, only have at best 20mbps down/1mbps up. Because of the re-definition, those of us, especially in rural areas, can no longer be classified as having "broadband internet." Today, the FCC chairman proclaimed enforcement of Net Neutrality. I personally agree with these statements. America has some of the worst internet access in the world; and I think this step is a good one towards ensuring we can access information when we want, rather than have to deal with throttling because we've exceeded our data limits for the month. The part that worries me is this: That last part worries me, because ISPs could use the first part as reason to claim increased cost for internet service due to increase technology requirements; but without rate regulation, that increased cost (passed on to you and me) could become quite unreasonable.... Anyone have other thoughts on this subject, or another way to look at it?