That doesn't work. The whole point of wi-fi is broadcasting - so if you are broadcasting an unencrypted signal, it's like complaining that anyone walking their dog on the hill beside you can see in your lit, un-curtained window.
That's a little like saying "let's guarantee interstate movement and commerce by letting the States decide" and then being puzzled why (legal) Hispanics can't get into Arizona, or gays can't traverse Georgia.
The established powers have too much control for consumer choice to have any effect. Just like the roads are freely available to all legitimate road users, so should the internet 'highway' be freely available to anyone who wants to use it how they legitimately wish. Loss of net neutrality means more controlling corporations, more controlling government, less choice for consumers, and a massive cut in free speech.
Re: Re: "time a company gets big, there are risks of them abusing their position"
4.57pm - 4.04pm (by my display) does not equal more than an hour...
And are you really, really that sad and pathetic to check that, and to feel that Mike has nothing better to do than hit report lots, when if he even remotely care enough about you he could just spam-filter all your posts?
European regulators are absolute death on large companies abusing their position, such as the famous case of Microsoft bundling Internet Explorer as a critical part of the operating system and default browser, which is why MS had to pay a massive fine, and users get an active choice as to which browser to use in many cases.
There are other examples, but this is 'clearly' another one, although some feel it is misguided, as no-one forces anyone to use Google, whereas Microsoft had a much more captive audience.