Scalia said that religious corporations don't have to deal with reproductive rights and now Wheaton College is refusing to complete a 5 question form to become exempt; they refuse to even acknowledge the issue as talking about it violates their religious rights.
So, imagine if any ISP controlled by a small family refuses to acknowledge this and they block access to sites where it is discussed. Scalia said it is okay and revoking Net Neutrality would make it doubly okay. I wonder what percentage of family control is required to invoke the religious exception? The Dolans control Cablevision - how much of it do they own? Would they foist their views onto their clients?
More ramblings in my defective logic if anybody cares: http://veggiespam.wordpress.com/2014/07/14/net-neutrality-isp-religion/ . Hopefully someone smarter than me says it cannot happen.