A researcher at George Mason University says ending net neutrality will actually be a good thing for consumers in the long term.

The Federal Communications Commission voted this week to end the practice where Internet Service Providers were required to treat all data the same.

Brent Skorup, a research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, says this will be a good thing for consumers because it will allow innovators and consumers to determine the fate of the Internet as opposed to the government.

You can hear Skorup in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.  His comments run about 14 minutes.