Net Neutrality Is A Poor Solution To The Wrong Problem

July 17, 2017

It appears likely the Federal Communications Commission is going to modify its stance on net neutrality, issuing new rules that will allow some actions opposed by advocates of net neutrality. At the simplest level, the forthcoming rules supposedly will allow internet service providers to accept payment from content providers for faster delivery and potentially even allow throttling or complete denial of access.e real problem: local governments overcharging for their right-of-way.

Read more at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffreydorfman/2017/07/16/net-neutrality-is-a-poor-solution-to-the-wrong-problem/#6ae8e9618988


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