Sahly: Net neutrality helps small businesses, is worth saving

Sahly: Net neutrality helps small businesses, is worth saving

FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat appointed by President Obama who supports keeping the current regulations, said that almost a half-million comments before the FCC were filed from Russian email addresses, and that 50,000 consumer complaints are missing from the record.

Tomorrow, Thursday, December 7th, will be a historic day of protests as over 600 grassroots demonstrations will pop up to support Title II Net Neutrality protections, planned at Verizon stores and congressional offices. Additionally, Internet service providers could also charge users for access to certain content, and charge companies for priority access.

"[Currently] Verizon, who is a part of the same company as Yahoo, can not slow Google dramatically because they would prefer you to use Yahoo...which they are economically tied to".

The proposal is led by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, a Republican.

If you disagree with regulating the internet like a utility, try starting and thriving as a small, local business in late 2017 without fair internet access.

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The issue at hand is Net Neutrality.

A Verizon spokesman said consumers had a favorable opinion of the company because it prioritized service over policy debates. Internet service providers such as Comcast and Verizon are the sole supporters of this bill, and they are the only businesses this bill would benefit. So, no, the speed of your MRI does not depend on how many people are or aren't looking at porn, which is a good thing because there are a lot of them.

"What they're going to do is to allow these private companies who have their own interest to regulate how you and I get access to information and that worries me", said Hricik.

And that makes sense. And both of Kentucky's senators will vote in favor of killing net neutrality, ignoring the welfare and wishes of their constituents. In that case, we believe there should at least be places where we can access unbiased internet like public libraries and schools. Making it more hard to find unfiltered, unbiased information appears to be a move that would benefit large ISPs and the government a lot more that it would consumers.

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