David Lieberman tells the cable and phone companies to give in to net neutrality.
Forget about it. Move on. It will pay off in the long run… Giving up isn’t in their nature. Comcast, Verizon and fellow Internet service providers (ISPs) hired some of the best legal, lobbying and PR talent that money could buy to pummel opponents in the typically closed-door battles over laws and regulations. But net neutrality is different. They can hope only to win a Pyrrhic victory if they reflexively wield their K Street clout and battle the FCC over the issue in the courts or in Congress.
The public, including me, views net neutrality as a good thing, not so much on the technical merits, but because anything that AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, and Time Warner want to stop so badly must be good for you and me.