In what could signify the kicking open of the door, which could lead to the end of an open internet. A three-judge panel in Washington, D.C. tossed out the FCC’s cease and desist order against Comcast. Which required Comcast to carry, or allow, services such as Skype to run unrestricted across their network. Even though these systems directly completed with Comcast own phone service. The ruling is bad news for Skype, as well as a host of other Web services that have leveraged the neutrality of the net that has allowed them to run over various carriers’ networks unimpeded and grow at a fantastic rate. This ruling will force companies like Skype to partner with the carriers to gain access to their networks.