Google will soon begin to pre-load a page which their algorithm deems the most likely you will choose from their search results. This is a great idea and will save time for everyone.
However this does come with theoretically embedded risks to a principal Google believe in. In particular net neutrality. If Google control the speed at which sites may be accessed this will have a significant impact on where users go and indeed whether they stay at the site (likely if pre-loaded) or go (likely if not pre-loading and the site is slow to appear). What if Google began to prioritize pre-loading to those that have paid for it to be? Would this world be net neutral?