Broadband access will cost three times as much under network neutrality rules.
Who controls television these days? When cable first came into existence, they said that because we are paying to bring television into our homes via cable, we would not have to watch advertisements. I don't know about anyone else, but when I watch TV the ads are sometimes interrupted by programs.
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 »
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 »
1. All individual Internet stations have the right to broadcast and communicate over the Internet without interference by corporations and/or government.
2. Any charges or fees... more »
Firstly, tell me how is Net Neutrality going to increase competition or break the monopoly of AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon? Is the government going to force service provider companies to be created? Is the government going to fund service provider companies that compete... more »
Give direct loans to homeowners at one or two percent. Use social security number for lifetime tracking to pay government back if default. Direct government loan instead of billions of dollars to Feddie and Fanny. This will work.
That's because they feel netflix will compete with comcast's own video on demand service.
This is EXACTLY why we need net neutrality. Comcast for one, shouldn't be allowed to control ANYTHING regarding content, and they shouldn't be in the content business AND the cable laying business at the... more »