Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)?

Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)?

Net neutrality ensures internet service providers treat all data on the internet equally.
Proponents of net neutrality laws argue that it balances the idea of free flow of information. Opponents complain that the law increases operational costs and makes controversial content readily available.
What do you think? Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)?

Today is the day. Now is the moment. Vote for change.

  • Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Can’t Say
1 Comment
  • michael a cotoni
    Posted at 15:59h, 30 May Reply

    mcotoni@comcast.nhes doing a good job. better than anyone else in the past 20 years. we need 4 more years. keep fighting sir.

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