Clay & Milk reports that Mediacom — one of the top 20 internet service providers in the country— supports bringing back net neutrality after the FCC overturned the regulations in December. But Mediacom’s Tom Larsen, the vice president of government and public relations, told Clay & Milk that inconsistencies on how the systems are treated can actually bring the favoritism the law was meant to prevent. “The net isn’t neutral and it never has been,” Larsen says. “We wish net neutrality was being done in a holistic approach. One national law that was passed by Congress, rather than decided by the FCC’s appointed board members. Congress says once and for all here are the rules: Follow them.”