Just reading this
on the BBC.
Netflix are complaining that ISPs are making them pay for net neutrality.
What I can't see is if the ISP by default is actively slowing their traffic or if it is being degraded because of it having to contend on an equal basis with other traffic.
If it is because of contention then what Netflix is actually doing is paying for their traffic to have special priority essentially lowering the priority of other traffic. In that case it isn't they are having to pay so that they can get net neutrality but they are paying so that they actually stop net neutrality (they are big enough to afford it and because their traffic is high priority it will negatively impact the small innovators they are saying should be supported).