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Net Neutrality: Five Facts

Net Neutrality is nothing but Internet being available in a neutral manner for all users without any discrimination whatsoever. The Federal Communications Chairman in 2014 proposed online discrimination and creating a ‘pay-to-play’ fast lanes. This gave advantage to certain companies like Verizon and Comcast. This was however opposed worldwide because it meant end of open Internet. It put an end to the users’ right to communicate freely across every platform. It also put the start-ups at risk. When there is no net neutrality, it is analogous to your mobile service provider deciding who should call you and what can be said on the call. That is, your company would divide the Internet into fast and slow lanes. A service provider could then slow down their competitors’ content or even block them. This would simply put an end to the open world of Internet.

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