Los Angeles Times

In Theory: Would an end to net neutrality stifle religious speech online?

[Commentary] Does the elimination of network neutrality threaten religious speech? Should Congress cement into law the right to equal access on the World Wide Web?

Net neutrality vote will require users to 'pay to play'

[Commentary] With a 3-2 vote, the Federal Communications Commission overturned a long tradition — one that had only culminated in 2015 in the formalizing of the principle of net neutrality, but that had been honored long before open internet rules

Net neutrality's repeal means fast lanes could be coming to the internet. Is that a good thing?

Paid prioritization involves a telecommunications company charging an additional fee to transport a video stream or other content at a higher speed through its network. The fee would most likely come from deals struck with websites such as Netflix