Re: I'm surprised...
Not correct, in this case if you like the internet the way it is now, you must let the FCC regulate it.
The problem is that the FCC has always regulated it, and only recently the ISPs have sued to not be regulated. They say that all this time, the FCC was wrong to be regulating them, and that because they shouldn't be regulating them now, that they can do what ever they want, hence, the throttling of certain types of content (bittorrent, Netflix, really anything that they don't like)
We all want them regulated as a type 2 Telecommunications provider, so that we can CONTINUE to have the internet be free. If not, only large corps will have fast speeds, well, those and the ultra rich.
They have a HUGE mis-information campaign going to confuse this issue, this is way you are thinking the way you are. Unless, you like being at the mercy of a company's bottom line, rather than everyone being treated fairly.