From /. I always find the topic of Net Neutrality interesting. Personally, I feel its one of the more important decisions that the gov'ts of today face in regards to how the net is used and shaped in the future. On one hand, having a central authority or "Internet Police" has the potential to bring several benefits to the internet. Such as removing the ability for spammers/cyber crims from taking shelter behind obscure international law. On the flip side, do we really want one centralized body dictating what we see, say and do on the internet? And who's law would take precedence... national or internet? Personally, I'm for a neutral net. Largely because of my disbelief that any central authority could possibly ever manage their power properly, partly because I like the fact that I can say and do what I like on the internet, and remain for the most part, anonymous. How about you?