Net neutrality hinders service quality instead of protecting it. Given any topic of interest, there are millions, if not billions of websites and domains readily available for access at one's fingertips. For example, if one were to look up net neutrality, they would find 30,300,000 results in .43 seconds. There is an excellent chance that most, if not the majority, of these websites have flawed or incorrect information. Net neutrality is what is causing that. If websites that are more highly regarded and have a better reputation are made to load faster, then the public can be more accurately informed on matters.