Net Neutrality

Net neutrality is dead, long live net neutrality – News

The policy’s fate was sealed back in December 2017, when FCC chairman Ajit Pai’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order was approved in a 3-2 vote along party lines. So what does it mean – the rollback of Net Neutrality as we knew it? Read on…

Reports: The Verge, Bloomberg, Marketplace.org, Inc.com


US FCC votes in favor of Net Neutrality

Shorn of all the debate around it, here’s what the FCC’s vote means to the common Net users: Net Providers will act as neutral providers & not as gate-keepers in deciding which Sites to give priority to & allow them faster download speeds, relegating others to slower speeds. As an example, providers could have taken fees from larger Internet companies to push their Sites down the Internet lanes into your homes at faster speeds compared to other Websites.

Reports: New York Times, Huffington Post, CNN Money, NBCNews.com, Wall Street Journal, ArsTechnica, Fox News