Net neutrality can be approached with two purposes:
- Be neutral about what is allowed on internet (Block specific content)
- Be neutral about who is allowed on internet (Block specific sites)
Content distributors are interested in blocking specific content (MCAA, RIAA, ...), infrastructure providers are interested in blocking specific sites (netflix, ...): it is a battle for money.
Human nature dictates us to be creative to reach our objectives.
These laws will thus only accelerate the birth and growth of new networks, which their creators might surprisingly base on the shortcomings of what they miss in the existing one.
As users will be motivated to search for alternatives, demand will be raising, and while TOR is only a "first generation" secure network and its use remains marginal, these laws will help these kind of networks to go mainstream.
They will then try to block these networks, triggering further evolution, back to the chicken and the egg.
On the meantime, illegal organisations will benefit from those new mainstream technologies, and our dear agencies might need to gear up a bit ^^
Now for the funding: Taxes.
And this is how you lost the war for money, even if you did not buy their content or bypass their architecture \o/