The idea of uncapped, unlimited internet access to all sites sounds good to every consumer as defined under Net Neutrality. As it works out, it should not matter whether you are streaming HD videos on Vimeo, your emails should load just as fast, and you still should be able to talk to your friend on the other side of the Pacific Ocean over Skype.
That is the loose definition of net neutrality, where the internet is open for all, and no site or online service is given undue advantages over the other. Additionally, there is no blocking of any legal sites. However, while the concept of full net neutrality sounds enticing to the end consumers, there are those disgruntled stakeholders who have legitimate grounds not to support neutrality.
In our today’s article, we delve into the two sides of the story that is the pros and cons of net neutrality.
For as long as your content is legal, your site, blog, news services running online, should not be censored online. Without the concept of net neutrality, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can in theory block visitors to your …read more
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