Even guys who don't support Title II handling of the Internet support local authority. Even if those guys are cigar smokin', basketball-team buyin', swimmin'-with-the-shark type guys. We are referring to a recent interview with entrepreneur Mark Cuban in the Washington Post.
While the interview covered Cuban's fear that changes may stifle innovation, we zeroed in on one particular question and his very astute response:
WP: Cities in Colorado have recently bucked a spate of recent bans on municipal broadband and approved letting themselves build their own ISPs. Do you support government getting involved in broadband in that way?
Cuban: I love it. I have no problem with it at all.
(Image of Mark Cuban from his Twitter page @mcuban)