Everyone Is Focused on the Wrong Issue in the Net Neutrality Debate
In an ideal world, our elected representatives in Congress would update telecommunications law to take account of 20 years of rapid technological change. But the legislative process has become so polarized and dysfunctional that there’s very little chance of this actually happening.
Right now, the debate over network neutrality isn’t actually focused on net neutrality. It’s focused on “reclassification,” a legal tactic that many believe is a prerequisite to strong net neutrality rules.