Get ready for a horrible new net neutrality precedent. Chairman Martin has publicly stated that he wants the FCC to rule against Comcast in the case challenging the ISP’s throttling of P2P software. If he gets two more votes, he’ll get his way. And we will enter a new era: one where the FCC polices the traffic management practices of ISPs, limiting customers’ ISP options and stifling innovation. The other commissioners should resist Martin’s call. The future of the internet is at stake.