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NET NEUTRALITY: A look at your ISP in months to come...

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posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 04:38 AM
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I am not really concerned. My cable/internet provider's main(and only) office building is a short drive away, all their employees(and ceo I think) live in this county(small monopoly cable/cable internet ISP). There are too many people who use their service(satellite is unreliable and Version DSL are &^%*&^% so very, very few use them) who know them personally.

And I honestly don't think they would do something that underhanded. I have been using their services for over 4 years they have always been awesome(hence no one complains about their monopoly) about everything.

For example: The base services has stayed the same(the original broadband they offered), but to get more bandwidth per second yeah sure you have to pay a little extra(fair pricing).




posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 07:14 AM
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You are missing the point. It will be out of their control. The Govt will step in and put in place policies and requirements for the connection speeds, website access and so on. And when Govt gets involved, prices always go up.



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