The FCC is looking to open so-called "fast lanes" on the Internet. This would essentially allow carriers to charge Internet based companies different rates in order to connect to their customers. For example, Netflix is now paying Comcast to allow Comcast users to connect to Netflix's servers directly, instead of going through different internet backbones like everybody else. Net neutrality essentially bans this sort of behavior and forces carriers to treat all network traffic equally. Naturally, Amazon, Google and the like are shitting all over the FCC right now. Focus: Discuss the fallout if net neutrality disappears. Alt focus: Devil's advocate time! How is net neutrality a good thing?