Glenn Beck has decided that net neutrality is censorship and the work of the devil:
[…]President Obama has compiled something “almost like an enemy’s list” and how Obama is into “silencing opponents.” The president’s tool of choice for this censorship? Network neutrality—the principle that ISPs cannot interfere with content.
“We are dealing with people who think they should rebel until they get their little kingdom like Satan did,” said Beck. “You know what? Thanks, Mr. President, but I think we’re going to keep the Internet the way it is right now. You know—or at least until people who are worshipping Satan, you know, aren’t in office.”
That’s just general Glenn Beck stupidity and not really worth remarking on. What’s more interesting is that AT&T recently used a Satanic reference in the title of a blog entry accusing net neutrality advocates of apocalyptic predictions.
I know that Satan dwells in everyone’s heart, but I didn’t know that he also lives in TCP/IP networks. We really do have to work to keep him down in the hole.