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Network neutrality: Does net neutrality benefit consumers?

  • YES, YES and YES!!!!!! DUH!

    Whoever asked this question has no idea why we have a thing called the First Amendment and Freedom of Speech. Without things like that, websites like this would be dead! How would you like it if someone said "Oh, you can say what you want, but you have to pay for it." F*** that. We can't let these big cable companies have their say and break the internet we know and love. We need to step up and TAKE ACTION!

    Posted by: S.K
  • YES, YES, and YES!!!!!!! DUH!

    Whoever asked this question has no idea why we have a thing called the First Amendment and Freedom of Speech. If net neutrality didn't exist and these big cable companies took over, we wouldn't have that. Websites like this would be dead. We can't let these big corporations have their say and have run of what we can and can't access. We need to take action!

  • No, network neutrality slows the internet.

    No, network neutrality does not benefit consumers because it slows down the internet. If a provider cannot discriminate between content, it has to give equal value to very poor content that people do not want to use, or that has little value. In some cases, the provider might even know that the content violates the law. By allowing discrimination, the provider can give the best service to the consumer.


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