Question: Who made AT&T the Internet speech cop?

Bad timing as AT&T tries to convince Congress that net neutrality legislation isn’t necessary: it blocks some lyrics critical of the President during a Pearl Jam webcast from Lollapalooza on Saturday. When pressed to explain, it aid it was the fault of an overzealous “content monitor.”

A what? Folks, I believe that’s called a censor. Call a spade a spade.

As the band says, and the commentator echoes, this is about something much bigger than censoring a band.