Net Neutrality is one of the hottest topic here in the States, and there's a strong reaction against the ISPs shutting down p2p traffic etc. and FCC started an investigation on these ISPs like Comcast.
In Japan ... Net Neutrality already is about to die in just a month, at least if you surf the net with cellphones. In the last December, Ministry of Internal Communications (総務省) "requested" Japanese major cellphone ISPs (NTT DoCoMo, KDDI and SoftBank, which makes 99.9% share of the market) to "force" URL blocking if the subscribers are minors, i.e. under 18 years old. The subscriber can opt-out the filtering if they and their parents agree to, but it's on by default.
The list of blocked sites are maintained by the company called Net Star and those three ISPs all use the same blacklist. Net Star is just a private company and the goverment is trying to filter the internet for underage users based on this list. WTF?
These days it seems Japan is trying to become China in terms of internet control.