This short article in The Economist nicely concludes on the extremely complex issue of net neutrality. (A slightly more detailed report can be read here). The basic point is that precisely because it is very complex, the problem should be dealt with light regulation setting only broad guidelines and still leaving room for the market to figure out an efficient allocation. It is becoming increasingly clear that the core issue is the lack of competition for consumers to access broadband. Introducing competition would go a long way to make the net neutrality problem go away. It seems that US regulators seem to move in this direction.