An LAT story (from February 10) on the topic begins:

A Republican on the Federal Communications Commission blasted the net-neutrality proposal from the agency’s chairman as a “secret plan to regulate the Internet” that “opens the door to billions of dollars in new taxes” on broadband services.

How ‘secret’ is it really? (If you think the government has some pretty damn good ideas about running the economy in general, while milking it as a source of public revenues, why not the Internet too?)

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