Nondiscrimination

Nondiscrimination

ISP's Can Not Be Allowed to Discriminate

The public needs FCC regulations to prevent Internet Service Providers from discriminating against some Internet traffic and favoring other traffic. My business and the Internet itself has flourished under the founding principle of Net Neutrality. Net Neutrality means that Internet Service Providers (ISP's) can not favor some Internet content over other content. For example, Comcast a large ISP, features streaming ...more »

Submitted by (@matt00)

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Neutrality Should be Required of Content Providers as Well.

I run a municipal wireless ISP and support net neutrality as a concept. The proposed rules, however, do not address a major issue that is going to affect both ISPs and end users in the near future. If ISPs have to transport content to subscribers regardless of the content provider then content providers should be required to provide content to subscribers regardless of the ISP. As an example, ESPN launched ESPN360.com ...more »

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The Rights of Internet Consumers

Here are some of my thoughts on what rights we as consumers should be guaranteed. 1) Truth in Advertising. a) A consumer expects that if a service advertised at XXX speed, that service is a guaranteed speed across the service providers network up to Interconnecting Networks. b) Services advertised shall not be limited unless clearly stated in the service agreement. Services advertised as 'unlimited' will not have ...more »

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