"For the first time in history, the U.S. government approved corporate censorship of the Internet, putting the future of online free speech at risk. Unbelievably, the person leading the charge was Obama appointee Julius Genachowski (known in some circles as Judas GenaComcast for his historic sellout and notorious industry-friendly attitude).

These rules also violate President Obama’s campaign promise to protect Net Neutrality and appoint an FCC commissioner who would do the same, but some media are reporting the corporate spin that this is a “Net Neutrality Compromise.” The White House is trying to convince us this isn’t a sellout as well with their wholly supportive statement.”