Four years ago, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and the Federal Communications Commission officially ended network neutrality rules. Indy!, of our old forum, was particularly incensed and fearful about it.
Some of the big concerns and predictions were:
Cable companies can charge whatever they want
Websites will be censored
Online content, including movies, will be slowed down
I was not among those who feared the end net neutrality meant the sky was falling. California apparently has their own net neutrality law in place. If there has been a change in how the internet functions, I haven't noticed it. Has anybody experienced any of those issues that net neutrality advocates warned about? If so, what?
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