Verizon, Other ISPs Won't Say How Badly They Plan to Fuck You Over Now
By Tom McKay
Now that the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission has decided to toss a massive favor to their friends in the telecom industry and revoke open internet rules, there may soon be no regulatory barrier preventing ISPs from implementing paid prioritization schemes or outright blocking or censoring competitors.
It's okay, though! They say they won't do it. Er, actually, it's more like none of them are explicitly denying they might roll out fast lanes and slow lanes, and some even refuse to deny they might start blocking parts of the web.