reply to MyDogHsFleas
Re: I think that Net Neutrality is too abstract and idea There is absolutely no perfect solution. No matter what is done or not done, someone is going to be un happy.
I think DirectTVs Sunday ticket is an example of the problem that I see cropping up. The Sunday Ticket (BTW, I do not care much about football, so it does not impact me) is used by Direct TV to get and keep viewers. That is a fine competitive stance. But, it creates an artificial limit on the availability. Wouldn't it be "better" if the NFL could sell Sunday Ticket to anyone on any system? I see Comcast doing the same thing with NBC. They may limit some high value content just so that people will switch from Direct TV or FiOS to Comcast. Or even worse keeps people subscribing to Cable Service rather than just getting entertainment over the Internet.
I have FiOS and think it is great. But, for Cable TV, I have to use their infrastructure, their STB, and their content. I envision a future where I have a High Speed Internet Pipe and can use any equipment to get any content. It seems to me that this will be much better than what we have today.