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N e t N e u t r a l i t y ?

| December 10th, 2019 | JWD Basic Network Diagraming 101 |

DEFINITION


Pronunciation: Net-Neu·tral·i·ty

noun: net neutrality; noun: network neutrality;
The principle that Internet service providers should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, and without favoring or blocking particular products or websites.

Example Use: "legislation to protect net neutrality"

- GOOGLE.com


CONS:
  • FROM ISP ACTION
    NO rules preventing blocking of website, services, or content online.

  • FROM SERVICE PROVIDER
    NO rules preventing throttling or slowing down of website or services online.

  • FROM GOVERMENT
    NO rules preventing paid prioritization where broadband providers give preferential treatment to some websites and services over others.

    Source: publicknowledge.org/issues/net-neutrality/
WHAT?

THE CURRENT STATE

"—ISPs shouldn't be able to block some sorts of data and prioritize others.

Net neutrality is the idea that internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon should treat all content flowing through their cables and cell towers equally. That means they shouldn't be able to slide some data into “fast lanes” while blocking or otherwise discriminating against other material. In other words, these companies shouldn't be able to block you from accessing a service like Skype, or slow down Netflix or Hulu, in order to encourage you to keep your cable package or buy a different video-streaming service."

Source: wired.com/story/guide-net-neutrality/

PROS:
  • FROM ISP ACTION
    Internet Service Providers get to make more money from multiple new revinue avenues.

  • FROM SERVICE PROVIDER
    Service Providers can choose the quality of content they provide as they deem fit.

  • FROM GOVERMENT
    The Goverment has better control over filtering, sifting, spydering, and sniffing internet traffic.

    Source: Facicious Truth from My Perspective

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Youtube:
THE KNOWN ENTITY

The company known for the largest online video database! Has an "UBER" connection to the ISP services for the fortune they pay Comcast per year... Therefore any small business man / business woman trying to start an online company of any kind paying for introductary services is still bound by their pay wall. Ever since 2015 this has been the case.

 Website 1




Private Business:
THE 'UNDERDOG'

If NetNeutrality were a thing, real NetNeutrality (no bills on internet payment, no bills on unrelated company monitoring, no suspicion that the govement will subvert the fact one citizen should sue another, etc etc etc), then all traffic would be free! Once payed for the initial sevice itself no back fees you cant see would literally "SLOW", throttle or bottleneck your connection, for any reason.


 Website 2

Tryin to #BoycottMSNBC? Bet you wish you had #netneutrality, since Comcast owns it. But no one asked us. https://t.co/nFlPOPar6e

— Fight for the Future (@fightfortheftr) November 24, 2019 ^ TWITTER

"On December 14, 2017, the FCC voted to repeal the strong net neutrality rules that were preserving an open, fair, and competitive internet for all users.

Here’s what you can do to help:
Contact Congress: Visit our Take Action page to contact your senators, or simply text “Open Internet” to 52886. Thanks to public pressure, the House of Representatives passed the Save the Internet Act to reverse the repeal, and now the Senate must follow suit. Chairman Pai ignored the will of the public, but members of Congress cannot ignore their constituents without electoral consequences."

- publicknowledge.org/issues/net-neutrality/


"Save the Internet Act of 2019 In 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted the Open Internet Order to protect Internet users from ISPs throttling traffic, censoring content, and imposing unfair fees. But just a few years later, a new chairman of the FCC killed net neutrality by repealing the Open Internet order. Since then, cable companies like Comcast, AT&T, and Sprint have been rolling out Internet fast lanes and slowing down data being used by competitors’ services."

- battleforthenet.com/


FCC.GOV/ECFS


"Voters from across the political spectrum agree: they don't want their cable company to control what they see and do online. The FCC's reckless repeal of net neutrality has sparked an unprecedented backlash, as millions of Americans have contacted their lawmakers in protest. The numbers below represent actions taken through BattleForTheNet.com and its partners. Many more have taken action on other sites or contacted their lawmakers directly."
THE NET NEUTRALITY BILL

- battleforthenet.com

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