Why is a 2015 Net Neutrality Law going away change anything?
The Internet has been around since the 1990s for the public even though it was developed in the 1970s at DARPA. This Internet Technology is built based on computers that were limited on memory and CPU power. That is the reason why it is so easy to hack imo. Do you think that Google, Amazon, and Facebook made any concessions for us under the net neutrality bill. Did it stop hacking or ad assaults, NO? I would suggest the protection from the Internet to do safe browsing and use would be of better benefit to individuals.
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter4 months ago
Is net neutrality having a negative impact on the economy? Is it better for Internet providers to provide faster services discriminantly?
by tobey1007 years ago
Just last month the Federal Communications Commission did what a federal court informed them they did not have the authority to do, they voted to set up regulations for the internet and gave their initiative a placid...
by Arthur Fontes7 years ago
How many people support the administration taking over the internet. Wouldn't that be wonderful?Let them silence dissidents Hooray!!Conform to the ideology or else. As the sheeple lay prone at the feet...
by Kain 3603 months ago
I really hope the FCC does not take away net neutrality. Could content sites like HubPages be negatively affected if the FCC repeals net neutrality regulations? From what I fathom so far, having no net neutrality could...
by JourneyHolm3 months ago
How will the FCC's decision to end net neutrality affect us as freelance writers on the internet? Will this change impact search results for our articles, and will we be restricted in accessing sites such as HubPages?
by ptosis3 months ago
Why is net neutrality such a big deal? Today the FCC is ending net neutrality, removing all rules such as no blocking, no throttling, and no paid fast lanes. Proposed new rules merely require that ISPs inform you if...
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