Would ending net neutrality actually be good for the Internet? | The Tylt
After the FCC announced it would eliminate the net neutrality rules put in place by the Obama administration, open internet activists expressed concern and demanded the internet should remain open to everyone. Since the Internet is as essential as phone lines or power, it should be regulated like an utility. But opponents of net neutrality argue service providers (ISPs) should compete against each other. Competition would lead to better services and products for the consumer. What do you think?
Would ending net neutrality actually be good for the Internet?
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