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Do you think internet neutrality will cause a negative economic impact on service providers around the world?

Asked by: msafar95
  • Yes, internet neutrality will cause a negative economic impact on service providers around the world.

    Service providers will be limited in their creativity to produce a variety of services. Previously service providers would charge consumers premium fees if they request faster internet speeds. But there are countries in the world where the slowest speed in the United States for example is the fastest speed in their country.
    Service providers will in fact lose revenue because there is nothing left to charge consumers on.

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  • Providers will continue to innovate as long as markets demand it.

    Internet providers charge consumers based on the bandwidth and latency they provide, combined with market supply/demand. Many people happily pay more money for superior internet services, which is what will drive innovation and expansion for the providers.

    Net neutrality wouldn't benefit the providers from the consumer side - it would allow them to charge people and businesses who provide content to consumers. That money would probably go towards helping those content-creators gain the upperhand on their competition when the consumer tries to access their web content.

    Posted by: Shlo

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