So how do you reconcile that and still say neutral in some sense where some arent charged and some are charged and so on.
This is sneaking in the "we'll charge for fast lane access" argument right here. He's assuming "fast lane access" will be done and then asking "How can you have the bits be neutral when some of them paid for fast lane access?" He might as well ask "How can everyone be equally represented by politicians when we bribe the politicians to put our needs first? It's just not fair!"
What I can assure you on the topic is those of us who were there at the beginning of the Internet never imagined that Netflix would represent 40 percent of it on Sunday afternoons. It was just off the charts. We just didnt think that.
No, they didn't. They also didn't envision social media or rich web applications. I'm sure they didn't think that you could work on a spreadsheet on Google Docs while you watch cat videos on YouTube. They definitely didn't think you'd be able to click on a link and have Google Voice call a number for you. They sure didn't think we'd be accessing documents on the web via tiny, handheld, portable computers with touch screen displays and mobile Internet access (i.e. smart phones). Heck, the original designers of the Internet didn't think of the World Wide Web at first, either.
Just because the original designers of the Internet didn't think of something when they first created the Internet doesn't mean it should be illegal. It means that the Internet is growing and changing which is a good thing.--