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Content owners are in a curious position: though certainly not wanting to put themselves in a place where they are at the mercy of their distributors (increasingly, ISPs), TV and movie companies continue to oppose network neutrality. The reason isn't hard to find, either. The big content companies are generally more interested in convincing ISPs to filter P2P traffic for copyright violations than they are in worrying about how non-neutral ISPs could hold up the stagecoach in the future. This week, the MPAA's Dan Glickman made the movie business' position clear: network neutrality is worse even than a Uwe Boll flick.