The FCC's plans regarding net neutrality, set to be revealed in detail on Nov. 22, aren't going to end net neutrality. What the FCC is planning to do is reverse the 2014 decision that placed the internet under Title II of the Communications Act. What’s going to happen if the order is adopted is that the net neutrality picture will go back to where it was three years ago. Net neutrality existed in those days as well. The difference is that there weren’t a bunch of regulations controlling it.