We Survived the Net-Neutrality Apocalypse

June 18, 2019

As the United States progress toward 5G, utility-style Internet regulations impede the development of new technology. The stubborn fact is that Americans have access to faster Internet than ever before. A year after the Restoring Internet Freedom Order went into effect, there have not been any attempts to limit access of content providers. ISPs have not changed the way they charge customers, and the doomsday scenario has not come to pass of an Internet where content is provided only on an à la carte basis.

Read more at: https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/06/net-neutrality-apocalypse-fails-to-pass/



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