"... and turn your phone, laptop, tablet, watch, book, bracelet, glasses and underwear into flight mode..."
The reason the Internet grew big wasn't 'neutrality', but rather the freedom to change anything that wasn't working without asking lawyers.
@pmarca You just wait until your cat shits on the carpet, and your Roomba then evenly spreads it across the house.
I find it is getting harder to be interested in, and excited by, science and technology since our key problems are largely social & ethical.
"The Internet" is realised in reality overwhelmingly through private capital. The people who claim to be its defenders aren't its builders.