I would propose that the complainant is charged $100 if the complaint is found to be illegitimate. Then if it's legit, then the company is fined and the complainant pays nothing. Makes the complainant mind their P's and Q's. My position is that internet is a utility and should be regulated as such. ISP's complain about network congestion. Well companies like Network and Hulu that reach certain data and bandwidth thresholds, I could go along with them being charged extra. For companies that are under that threshold can escape the extra expense. ISP's should not be allowed to block sites. I see nothing wrong with a tiered speed approach. I don't need a whole lot of speed nor should I have to pay for more than I need. I don't give a damn about 4k. Honestly, I don't need more than 720p. 480p is plenty most of the time. The ISP's again do not have a First Admendment right to block websites. I say that in response to Trump's latest Supreme Court pick who thinks so.