A group of 36 content providers comprised of
Fast lane access will essentially result in slower speeds for those who are not ready to pay extra for the service. Furthermore, it will convert the internet into a pay-for-priority service such as the cable television industry.
The rules suggested under the existing 2014 US FCC Policy, authored by
Even so, they enable content firms to enter deals with internet providers for preferential treatment.
This has launched a new debate, as the advocates of net neutrality were dissatisfied. The earlier
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