In the states, a few years back, there was a big debate over, "Net Neutrality". The FCC got involved and the governments position was, if you purchase X amount of bandwidth, you should be able to use it however you see fit. Broadband providers argued that, "Net Neutrality" meant it was free from government regulation and the FCC has no authority to regulate the internet.. At this time a few broadband providers were demanding that Netflix's (a major streaming movie company) pay them a fee to stream movies or they would block their streaming service, and/or demanding extra fees from customers.
Originally Posted by Paladinleeds
In the end, the FCC was able to tell home internet providers that they had to follow their definition of, "Net Neutrality", but they left wireless internet providers on their own without further regulation.