We should trust Verizon on net neutrality why exactly?

A Verizon service truck parked at one of my neighbors yesterday and I snapped a photo of it on our walk. Notice the sticker stuck on the side, crooked and added as an afterthought. When I see that, I see Verizon treating Internet access as an afterthought, an add-on feature, like the sticker they slapped on their trucks.

They couldn’t even get it on straight. And we are now going to trust them in bed with Google on net neutrality rules? Why exactly would we do that again?

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