Ivan Seidenberg, Verizon's chief executive, voices his strong opposition to the new open Internet rules the FCC is crafting.
About a third of Americans who have access to broadband choose not to subscribe. And the FCC is trying to figure out why.
As the Net gets more and more congested, a free-for-all will not do, and network management will become more important than ever.
AT&T and Verizon Communications lobbyists say they are fine with existing FCC open Internet principles becoming regulation, but they are opposed to proposed new rules.