Be it from within the US or unraveled into trade agreements. Internet regulation is an eventuality. It's just a matter of the most streamlined way to curtail net neutrality in order to provide definite ways to monetize content and legal methods of prosecution/fining. It may not happen in this decade, but the next will prove to have some radical changes to the internet, particularly in regards to freedom. I wouldn't be surprised if there were some world event that led to a crackdown on internet security.