The Corporate Takeover of Net Neutrality

Opinion | Donald Trump’s Multi-Pronged Attack on the Internet

If there’s one thing that brings Americans together, it’s our hatred of the giant companies that sell us high-speed data services. Consumers routinely give Comcast, Charter (now Spectrum), Verizon, CenturyLink and AT&T basement-level scores for customer satisfaction. This collective resentment is fueled by the sense that we don’t have a choice when we sign up for their services.

Yet one more example of how the good of the corporation differs from the common good.