The latest news on net neutrality
Backers cite free speech and commerce; others call the idea a dangerous overreaction.
Internet providers can and will cheat on service unless the government acts.
There's no evidence that service providers are cheating, so why act now?
Cable company faced withering criticism for charging more for heavy downloading
Cableco's new pricing plan would charge $150 a month for unlimited downloads
New restrictions by AT&T on Skype calling and video services stir questions of open Internet
In advance of today's House Judiciary Committee hearing on Internet neutrality, 12 politically conservative and Christian conservative groups have begun lobbying to block the agency's move, which is to be backed by the influential Christian Coalition at the hearing.