To add to Alex Harris’ posting on ISP’s standing up for themselves….
Maybe the ISPs ought to use a pocketbook issue regarding net neutrality. Perhaps Comcast (or the next ISP to get hit with this) should respond to the FCC inquiry with something like:
“Yes, we managed P2P traffic, which is used mostly to deliver pirated porn, music and videos, and we stress the porn, to make sure our users could check e-mail, do financial transactions and make necessary purchases. If you’d prefer porn to block necessary traffic, then fine, we can do that. But we figured your finances were more important. Sorry.”
Just my $.02.