Surprised no one is really talking about this. Apologies if I missed it. The FCC just paved the way for Internet fast lanes, which is severely opposed by just about everyone except AT&T, TWC, and Comcast. Unfortunately, FCC chairman Tom Wheeler used to be a *cue mock surprise* lobbyist for the cable industry. The United Nations asserts the Internet is a basic human right and as such, Kagavi strongly believes in Net Neutrality rules. If you pay for Internet, you should get Internet without any interference from a corporate monolith. As a small business, we will not be able to afford the extortion that is now legal (pending public feedback, which is open now) from ISPs. However, there is an answer: classify the Internet as a public utility/common carrier, like electricity or water. Without this step, we are ceding control over free information to others who have profit as a primary motive. This is a step backwards into a totalitarian state. The state of ISPs is already ridiculous enough with vast swaths of America subject to oligarchies. We keep lurching towards Big Brother more and more. Despite what the cable industry would have you believe, they have already received hundreds of millions of dollars in public money to wire America for broadband Internet, a promise which they have left unfinished. Such websites as http://www.techdirt.com and https://www.eff.org are doing wonderful work reporting on this travesty. Both Lori and I emailed the FCC commissioners here to demand the Internet be classified as a public utility: http://www.fcc.gov/contact-us and I hope you can do the same. The EFF is also providing an easy way for us to contact our congressional representatives: https://dearfcc.org/call With enough public pressure, perhaps they will stop cashing checks from the cable industry long enough to do something right. One can only hope.