This is just another case of the state re-labeling things to sound benign but that are really invasions of liberty and property rights–another good example being use of the term "intellectual property" to masque the true nature of state-granted monopoly privilege rights. It is true that some corporations probably have extra-market power to control aspects of the Internet, as the result of state interventions such as IP, FCC licensing, antitrust law, big business favoritism, and so on. But the solution is not to grant the state even more power to regulate private companies.This is the criminal gang that has fouled things up in the first place.