What Would Happen to the Internet Without Net Neutrality?



Simply put, net neutrality is the idea that all Internet traffic is created equal, and all users should be able to access it as quickly as possible. If the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) doesn’t establish a new set of rules to ensure this, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) would be able to charge customers different prices for different traffic speeds.

But what would that mean for you? SumoCoupon looked into how that would change the way we go online, and how the FCC’s proposed laws could help keep the Internet neutral.

See also: FCC and Net Neutrality: What You Need to Know

The FCC’s proposals focus on making sure ISPs are transparent about how they handle traffic, and that they don’t block any legal content or favor certain types of traffic over others. Without these principals in place, the Internet could be a very different and expensive place. Read more…

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