Dan Kaminsky has a good essay on internet isolationism, which is his name for the opposite of net neutrality. It starts:
Oh, sure, there’s UPS and DHL and the US Postal Service. But imagine if they were all proposing that, because people make money based on the contents of packages other people shipped, that they should see some of that money. Imagine they implied that, if you or your company did not pay a reception fee… well, things might happen. Packages might get lost, you see.
Me, I’m fond of noting when business tactics can be compared to the mafia. Anyway, it’s a good essay, and worth realizing that the opposite of neutrality isn’t opinion, it’s isolationism and an end to innovation on the internet.