Several times I’ve heard people compare the net-neutrality issue to a highway with express toll lanes (if I have it right).
I think the public library (here, anyway) makes a better comparison. Either you have a card—and access—or you don’t. There may be non-kid materials, but otherwise…you have access.
Of course, I just discovered the other week that the NYTimes has “premium” content you have to pay extra for. They’ve gone for the tiered thing…the best of capitalism in action!??