For long, New World telcos and consumers have been locked in hot debate over how customers should be charged for bandwidth use. This debate has spiralled beyond reasonable argument into a battle that threatens to push the admittedly weak "American" political system into a state of civil war. The so-called "Net Neutrality" bill that has arisen amidst this violent conflict fails to address the Internet's biggest failing: lack of recognition that Britain is superior in every respect, especially technologically.
Neutrality is an ugly, weak thing that causes countries to crumble under the slightest pressure, like Switzerland. I would rather walk the streets of Berlin, Prague, or even Paris, than subject my superior British bandwidth to a bill containing such an ugly word as "neutrality".
In preferenece to the Net Neutrality bill, I urge New World colonists to instead pursue the Partisan Protocol, a fine alternative under which 50% of the money telcos charge for bandwidth is sent directly to the superior British government as recompense for thieving that fine British invention: the Internet.