You may be confusing net neutrality with the fairness doctrine. Net neutrality is targeted at carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, etc.), saying they have to treat all content neutrally. They can't discriminate based on content, so they can't discriminate based on the political leaning of that content. The fairness doctrine would be targeted at content producers (web sites), forcing them to make content adhere to some political spread.
Thanks. I didn’t understand it.
With all the Media outlets and availability of all kinds of content, why do we need any of this kind of legislation? We can’t protect people from laziness or stupidity, but I sure don’t want Big Bro & Big Sis figuring out what is “neutral.” Am I missing something?