"This report recommends that policy makers proceed with caution in the evolving, dynamic industry of broadband
Internet access, which generally is moving toward more - not less - competition," Chairman Deborah Platt Majoras said in the report.
Net neutrality supporters worry about taxation, but they also claim ISPs could start censoring their networks, like AT&T. That said, the FTC reports says it sees no evidence of any such problem, but as the market evolves, it will be watched. So, too, will consumers, consumer activist groups and wary Web publishers, who came together to turn Net neutrality into a political issue.