Would anyone agree that the current root threat to neutrality on the Internet is caused by the lack of funding for the infrastructure needed to support the services used on the Internet today, specifically the last mile infrastructure?
I don't see what you guys are talking about.. I get everywhere I want to get, don't you?
No site has ever blocked me (that I know of). I changed ISP's a couple times and did not have
problems there either.. I do not see what is wrong with this system now.. I just don't.
The people that pay for the site(property) should have control over their site not the government.
Should they not?
I mean it is... more »
I realize the government bureaucracy will always think that the solution to every problem is more government bureaucracy. The government bureaucrat is unaccountable to the consumer and to the voter. The government bureaucracy has no incentive to do anything other than to perpetuate itself.... more »
Rather than repost my feelings on this subject. I will just provide a link to an article I wrote for my blog on net neutrality.
This is the rule of the mob. Innovators and investors pour billions of dollars and years of their lives into building the internet infrastructure, and now that it is up, working and heavily used, the users decide that the builders should lose the right to control what they have built.
The statements that "the government" built the internet is incorrect. Yes, in... more »
What I see is in affect to a certain point already... Comcast is being sued, the others are being told to be fair with their servers...
and they state they may make changes after the court cases.. sooo how much good is this talking thing...rofl
Off the FCC pages this is from the 1996 rules and... more »
This is need before any of the untopian playland of the net you prose there Toi
With the Government gone we can go back where the Net started. As an academic tool for masters of there trade to teach the apprentice and welcome journeymen at cost only to those... more »
Do not restrict companies from having multiple packages for internet access. When people have a drop in income they might have to either get a lesser package... more »