Company Plans Net Neutrality Suit Against Time Warner Cable

The government's new net neutrality rules have only been active for a few days, but one company is wasting no time invoking them in a federal complaint against Time Warner Cable -- the first one to be filed since the rules went into effect. The company behind the complaint says it'll submit the paperwork "in the next couple days, tops" and that it plans to accuse Time Warner Cable of charging the San Diego-based firm, Commercial Network Services, unreasonable rates to deliver its streaming videos to Time Warner’s customers.