The Net Neutruality Issue going on...

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The Net Neutruality Issue going on...

Postby Classical » 29 November 2017, 03:42

Greetings Users! If you guessed it right now, Net Neutrality is gonna get taken down in DEC, 14, 2017, if you havent known of this issue yet, heres a spoiler of you! yes you! NEED TO KNOW ABOUT.

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Net Neutrality is the freedom of the internet, but its under attack, i wont explain you why, people in the comments will explain why, Anyways, your ISP will make you pay to get to certain websites, or just B L O C K them in general, the FCC threatend Net neutrality in DECEMBER, (also the month where Operation white noise on siege drops) so will you take the chance and save you, family, friends, random internet users by doing something to support? idk just go to a website l0l.


so are you gonna not do anything to help at all? or are you gonna save the internet from being freed? either way we dont have much time left, so make a choice
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Re: The Net Neutruality Issue going on...

Postby ZapruderFilm » 30 November 2017, 04:10

Classical wrote:Net Neutrality is the freedom of the internet, but its under attack, i wont explain you why, people in the comments will explain why, Anyways, your ISP will make you pay to get to certain websites, or just B L O C K them in general, the FCC threatend Net neutrality in DECEMBER, (also the month where Operation white noise on siege drops) so will you take the chance and save you, family, friends, random internet users by doing something to support? idk just go to a website l0l.

Net Neutrality is a restriction to ISP's and a guarantee to companies like Netflix, Youtube, and other video game services that they will never be held responsible for using up tons and tons of ISP resources.
If you notice, every company strongly supporting net neutrality is a company using tons of internet resources, and every company against it is ISP's.
So basically, the companies that are using tons of resources on online services, have a larger impact and voice over ISP's, so they were able to twist it into a charade that it's not.
Abolishing Net Neutrality may result in some restrictions by companies, but these companies would be less preferable, and stimulate a lot of competition in the economy, because consumers want cheaper prices, and faster speeds.
Net neutrality also abolishes special deals between ISP's and online services where an ISP might accept money to increase the speed of a service for its consumers, Or taking advantage of situations where they can give better speeds, but not for every one of their consumers, because this breaks the current standard of Net Neutrality.
I could rant all day about why Net Neutrality is a bad idea.
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Re: The Net Neutruality Issue going on...

Postby TerminatorRex » 7 December 2017, 18:00

ZapruderFilm wrote:Net Neutrality is a restriction to ISP's and a guarantee to companies like Netflix, Youtube, and other video game services that they will never be held responsible for using up tons and tons of ISP resources.
If you notice, every company strongly supporting net neutrality is a company using tons of internet resources, and every company against it is ISP's.
So basically, the companies that are using tons of resources on online services, have a larger impact and voice over ISP's, so they were able to twist it into a charade that it's not.
Abolishing Net Neutrality may result in some restrictions by companies, but these companies would be less preferable, and stimulate a lot of competition in the economy, because consumers want cheaper prices, and faster speeds.
Net neutrality also abolishes special deals between ISP's and online services where an ISP might accept money to increase the speed of a service for its consumers, Or taking advantage of situations where they can give better speeds, but not for every one of their consumers, because this breaks the current standard of Net Neutrality.
I could rant all day about why Net Neutrality is a bad idea.

Most people don't think of the internet as a utility service, as in like a phone line or electricity. where the world is headed and you can see this happening already is everything being connected to the internet now, washing machine, fridge, your toothbrush, everything in the household will eventually be connected. the internet is taking over everyones lives (all computers becoming connected) and i simply don't see how it is not a utility, at this point it is a basic necessity for most
ZapruderFilm wrote:Abolishing Net Neutrality may result in some restrictions by companies, but these companies would be less preferable, and stimulate a lot of competition in the economy, because consumers want cheaper prices, and faster speeds.
Net neutrality also abolishes special deals between ISP's and online services where an ISP might accept money to increase the speed of a service for its consumers, Or taking advantage of situations where they can give better speeds, but not for every one of their consumers, because this breaks the current standard of Net Neutrality.

Faster speeds in places there they make most profit and slower in others. in addition to what you said they might as well throttle your speeds whenever they want unless you pay more and more and more, they could notice you visit this site every day will start demanding more money from you or else shut down your access to this site if not sever your connection entirely. it is like giving away our freedom, why would anyone want that if they are in their right mind, logically it makes no sense but we don't know what will happen yet so far we will just have to wait and see
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