Should an internet service be able to determine the access and speed of their customer’s websites, content and download speeds? “This is significant, as the Title II classification instituted in 2015 views internet service more like a public utility and comes with a heavier set of regulatory requirements, including restricting service providers from speeding up, slowing down or blocking access to any website, content or applications. . . .Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, however, sees Pai’s proposal as a positive move that will return the internet to a pre-2015 state he described as an “explosive source of growth and invention.”