If accepted by the Federal Communications Committee, the deal would enable Verizon to prioritize the bandwidth given to different sources on some of Verizon's networks. Still confused about "net neutrality"? Comedian Sam Seder's take on the agreement offers a quick and comical break down of what it is, and why a deal like this could be kind of a big deal.
Here's a link to the other side of the argument, on netcompetition.org. What do you think?