Source: http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-57617199-38/appeals-court-strikes-down-fccs-net-neutrality-rules/ Net neutrality is a concept where ISP treats all data fair and equally. As an example, by striking down net neutrality ISPs in US can now have the option to charge video streaming service (Netfliex, Hulu, Amazon, etc) money to access ISPs' network. Should these services chose not to pay, ISP can pass the bill to its customers or throttle speed when accessing these contents. The recent AT&T Sponsored Data plan is an example of this. There is incentive for ISP to do this, to generate extra revenue and to promote its own content streaming service. So what do you think? Keep in mind that it was struck down due to technicality issue (applying common carrier rules to broadband, which is not common carrier).