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Politicians might not understand the finer points of net neutrality, but they have heard of Facebook, Google and Microsoft.
That’s why over 100 of the biggest tech companies in the world banded together on Wednesday to send a letter to the Federal Communications Commission. The agency is currently debating net neutrality regulations, which many fear will allow Internet service providers (ISPs) to arbitrarily hike up their prices. Theoretically, these telecoms would be able to offer a tiered service to websites, charging them more money for faster service.
Net Neutrality = huge issue… HUGE - and this is one more issue I’m having with the Obama Administration. There’s no way that people being appointed to the FEC weren’t screened for their views on Net Neutrality and if they weren’t, then the Administration wasn’t doing its due diligence to the general public at large.