The biggest problem with the framework is that, while purporting
to support “the open Internet,” it draws illogical
distinctions on the basis of what technology you use to access the
Internet, and between “the public Internet” (Verizon’s
mantra on the press call) and “additional online services.” […]
The companies seem to want to divide the Internet yet further —
not just between wired and wireless, but between “the public
Internet” and “additional online services”.