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Net Neutrality do you support it?


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#1 anajames

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Posted 14 December 2017 - 09:11 AM

Internet throttling is already the big issue for millions of internet users. Removing the regulation will give the opportunity to Big ISP's to control over our online activities. Although if I went through the term literal meaning, so it is:
 
" The principle that internet service providers should treat all of the data they’re delivering to customers equally and not blocked sites because of their competitors."
 
Through this, we can face difficulty in accessing competing streaming websites to others but there a ways to bypass this throttling issue. In which most recommended, and safe is to log in through a VPN. Through a stable VPN provider, you can quickly bypass the points of internet congestion, geo-shifting your location, and encrypt the content you are using. 
 
If you want to know the inside/out of Net Neutrality and How to bypass it, visit here.
 
Tim Berners-Lee lee the founder of World Wide Web and internet giants like Google and many others are joining together to call on the FCC to preserve the open internet, 
 
The fight against the end of Net Neutrality is definitely one that has tensions high all over the US and subsequent countries trying to follow the same steps. 
 
I hope that FCC will understand we want the unbiased, and open internet service only.What is your opinion on the subject matter? Share in the comments below!

Edited by hamluis, 25 December 2017 - 07:14 AM.
Moved from Service Providers to Gen Chat - Hamluis.


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