writes: Forbes reports that the Justice Department has come out against net neutrality, supporting their decision by analogy to the USPS:
The agency said providing different levels of service is common, efficient and could satisfy consumers. As an example, it cited that the U.S. Postal Service charges customers different guarantees and speeds for package delivery, ranging from bulk mail to overnight delivery. I guess they'd have no problem with the post office charging extra to deliver letters to certain people, then?