Concerned about net neutrality and hold a little inner fear that one day access to the Web will involve tiered access with the ‘real’ Web almost impossible to get to?

Then be glad Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has taken time to tell an FCC net neutrality hearing to do the right thing and enact net neutrality rules that favor the people.

This the word from TUAW, who also let us know — Then be sad at the FCC decision, which favors some net neutrality rules but not as they apply to wireless broadband, where the real land-grab seems to be taking place.

Please take a look at this report for some idea of how the future of mobile broadband could shape up without net neutrality. And here’s the written statement from Woz.

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