And before some people chime in and say "but that's not what we mean", let me say that's exactly what some people mean by net neutrality.
Then then need to work on their English comprehension.
NETWORK Neutrality means I treat one network as equal to another. Therefore, I will treat packets from Akamai the same as Netflix and the same as Comcast.
What you're thinking of is PACKET or APPLICATION Neutrality, where I treat each packet the same regardless if it is voice, email, FTP, torrent, or video.
In Network Neutrality, it is perfectly acceptable to treat video has higher priority than FTP, as long as you treat video from every *network* the same way. So, internal Comcast video will get the same QoS marking as Netflix video.
Just because some people don't understand the words they're using isn't a reason to abandon a whole idea.