We have very few government agencies that the populace views as
looking out for them, the people. The FCC is one of these
agencies that is still wearing a white hat. Not only is current
action on Net Neutrality one of the most important times ever for
the FCC, it’s probably the most momentous and watched action of
any government agency in memorable times in terms of setting our
perception of whether the government represents the wealthy
powers or the average citizen, of whether the government is good
or is bad. This decision is important far beyond the domain of
the FCC itself.
Maybe the best piece I’ve read about what’s at stake.