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Net Neutrality

Steven Coronado

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Net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, and without favoring or blocking particular products or websites. Also not having ability to message freely as you would like. So communication will not be accessible. According to www.savetheinternet.com In 2015, millions of activists pressured the Federal Communications Commission to adopt historic Net Neutrality rules that keep the internet free and open — allowing you to share and access information of your choosing without interference.

 

According to www.savetheinternet.com Chairman Pai wants to replace the agency’s strong rules with “voluntary” conditions that no ISP would ever comply with.

The FCC will vote on Pai’s proposal on Dec. 14. This will make other businesses lose money and other things it would be a bankrupt and people will have slow devices.  According to wikipedia The Madison River Communications company was fined US$15,000 by the FCC, in 2004, for restricting their customers’ access to Vonage, which was rivaling their own services.[9]

In conclusion net neutrality is the thing that controls the internet and taking that away will make things a lot harder for things to sell for example if net neutrality where to get taken away than things like facebook twitter and other social media would be slower the buying products will be slower too and will get bankrupt.

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