The Center for American Progress sponsored a debate on net neutrality between Google's Vinton Cerf and Carnegie Mellon professor (and former FCC chief technologist) Dave Farber. Cerf is "pro," Farber "con." For reports, see Technologists Tackle Net Neutrality (link: Broadcasting & Cable) and Net neutrality debate highlights need for thoughtful action (link: Ars Technica). The latter has an MP3 audio file of the event. Also see the Center's own report on the event (link: Center for American Progress).
Also see Brad Templeton's, Remaining neutral on network neutrality -- it's the monopoly, stupid. Link: Brad Ideas.
Finally, see Drew Clark's, Two Big Internet Names Disagree On 'Network Neutrality' Issue. Link: National Journal.
Art Brodsky posted his observations about this debate in Ringside at the Net Neutrality Smackdown. Link: Public Knowledge.