From a Denver Post editorial on the FCC and Title II regulations:
Julius Genachowski, the FCC chair, has repeatedly said he wants to gain more regulatory control over the Internet as a way to preserve access for all users.
But if anything, his comments show a willingness to squelch market forces in favor of regulations that could hamper the evolution of what has been the greatest communications platform in modern times.
The FCC needs to keep its hands off the Internet until there is a demonstrated problem, and then take a light-touch approach to regulation.
Genachowski’s brand of net neutrality ignores two stark realities: The Internet is not free, and it does not have unlimited capacity.