The arguments made by advocates of so-called net neutralityregulations have been proven false by
nearly a decade of experience since
their concerns were first raised. The Internet is a remarkable free market
success story, and the vast majority of Internet users are not clamoring for
regulation. Self-styled consumer groups asking for regulation actually
represent an extreme left-wing ideology that is hostile to free-market
capitalism and puts its trust in government. That is not the position of
the "grassroots" or most American Internet users.
With the resounding decision in Comcast v. FCC it is now clear that the
Commission has no jurisdiction to proceed. Rather than contort the law and
the democratic process to continue to pursue its regulatory ends, the
Commission should leave the question of whether or not the Internet should
be regulated to Congress.