For those of you who missed our response comment to a query about our Net Neutrality position:
We've been very clear that while we respect the concerns people have raised about net neutrality, we believe Step One is to remove the current barriers to entry that are slowing down the entry of competitive providers into the video market. There is great support for competitive cable choice and if considered on its own, we believe it will be enacted and consumer benefits will be swift in coming. With healthy competition in the marketplace, customers who are unhappy with their current provider can switch and hopefully find better service. Most American cable customers who are unhappy now with their cable providers can't switch -- unless its to switch their cable off altogether. They can, however, find another provider for every other communication service. Why should cable TV be any different?