“We live in an uncompetitive broadband market. That market is dominated by a handful of giant corporations that are being given the keys to shape telecom policy. The big internet companies that might challenge them are doing it half-heartedly. And Ajit Pai seems determined to offer up a massive corporate handout without listening to everyday Americans.” In The Verge, Nilay Patel on neutrality, broadband competition, and why the Internet is eff’d (again).

+ Digg has a roundup of how major websites are protesting for net neutrality today. (When a debate comes down to massive tech companies vs massive broadband companies, it’s probably not great news for anyone who isn’t a massive company.)