In one of the first signs of sanity from our government regarding Net Neutrality, Obama spoke out against the FCC’s Internet death march:
I know one of the things people are most concerned about is paid prioritization, the notion that somehow, some folks can pay a little more money and get better service, more exclusive access to customers through the Internet. That’s something I oppose. I was opposed to it when I ran; I continue to be opposed to it now.
It feels good that our collective resistance to Tom Wheeler’s ridiculous destroy-the-internet-plan got the President’s attention.