Net Neutrality isn’t Good for Consumers

Dumb is better? That is what the advocates of the so called net neutrality would have us believe. Their basic belief is that broadband networks should be the dumb pipes that indifferently pass packets of information from one location to another, allowing the content providers and customers at the ends of the network equal opportunity to do whatever they want. Who could be against that? Well, maybe people who are interested in innovation and customer welfare.