Here's where you can listen in on the FCC's debate on net neutrality (sroll down to link to live video of discussion) http://www.fcc.gov/events/open-commission-meeting-may-2014
if you're not familiar with what net neutrality is: basically big companies can pay to have faster delivery of their sites. Supposedly what the ISP's like Comcast want is to make more money off sites like netflix that use large amounts of bandwidth. Unfortunately, this would leave the door open to having a pay-to-play internet: small businesses and startups would not be able to compete with large retailers, and big corporations would control what you can see. Let's face it, no-one likes to wait for a website to load, and who will wait for a small shop's site when they can have what they want in seconds on Amazon? It's bad for business, and may stifle first amendment rights to free speech - think of all the non-profits and charities that couldn't afford to pay for fast enough delivery to reach those they are trying to help?