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Re: Net Neutrality

But the issue isn't about internet users having to pay more if they use more data (which makes sense and hasn't really got anything to do with net neutrality) it's about content providers having to pay extra to be able to get traffic (at all or at a normal rate). Not necessarily even based on traffi...

Re: Net Neutrality

I'm pretty sure that when many sites start losing their customers because of the changes, and subsequently have to put up new ads or invent new paid account plans to pay the bills (assuming they don't close down entirely, which I'm sure many will (particularly things ISPs don't want Americans to ac...

Re: Net Neutrality

The internet as we know it will come to an end*, and will essentially be replaced with "Cable for Computers". *in America Look people, this is what happens if you make it legal for politicians to receive money from companies... Also, https://www.battleforthenet.com/ ^if you actually want to do anyt...

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