Net Neutrality: Obama's Gateway To Censorship?By now most of you know about The Federal Communications Commission voting on Thursday to approve the policy known as Net Neutrality. While the language of the agency’s new regulations is still reportedly being drafted. What you may not know is the FCC could end up determining what is in the public’s ‘best’ interest.  According to a report from WND some are pointing to concerns the extensive new regulations will include a “general conduct rule” that will leave open the possibility of the FCC determining what is in the public’s “best” interest as far as Internet content. The Electronic Frontier Foundation noted the FCC’s own “Fact Sheet” proposed the conduct rule “will allow the FCC to review (and presumably punish) non-neutral practices that may ‘harm’ consumers.” FULL REPORT