At the top of the pyramid, it's the only game in town.
How the U.S. 'fast lane' approach contrasts with European approaches. "The proposals, which will be released for public comment on May 15, are unlike new rules in Europe that outlaw attempts by telecommunications or cellphone carriers to charge for improved access to their data and mobile networks. The decisions put American and European policy makers on different sides of the debate about the future of so-called net neutrality." Mark Scott in The New York Times.