In recent days, the terms “Net Neutrality” and “Title II” have interspersed our national news cycle.
Most of the discussion, however, has occurred at the level of tech policy experts and political leaders inside the Beltway, rather than among the general public. As a result, even such undeniably learned opinion leaders as Yale Law graduate Michael Medved confess perplexity on the matter.
So what do they mean in everyday terms, and why should anyone beyond tech policy constellations care?
At their most foundational level, both terms relate to an…