Net Neutrality – What It Is And What They Are Not Telling You

Many folks got fooled in to believing that the current net neutrality is a good concept. You are wrong because you don’t know the ins and out.
Being working and involve in the Network IT related field does help shine the light on this topic.

Big companies want government to regulate internet content and bandwidth in their favor. Eventually there will be rules put in place by the government where you are free utilized “all” content except A, B, and D. This defeats the purpose of freedom and neutrality right?
Big communication and content providers lobbied and feed money into the hands of bureaucrats and politicians who were behind net neutrality during the Obama era in 2015. That’s why they push for net neutrality propaganda (with the help of the lying and bias infamous mainstream media) and convinced a lot of millennials to support this communist-style digital information control. Now they are all flipping and calling it dooms day lol.

If ya’ll want real net neutrality, stop censoring free speech and others with different ideas, or on different side of the spectrum. This is what Zuckbook or F**book (Facebook), Twitter and Google does. They censor pro 2nd Amendment, gun related and other conservatives. Which the current net neutrality does not protect against.

This bullshit net neutrality is useless and only harmful. It does not allow competition. Let internet service providers throttle your bandwidth, traffic shaping and block whatever content they want and all you have to do is switch to another provider, forcing them out of business.

Then you’re going to say, “there is only one or two providers in my locality.” Well that’s due to the fact that counties and local cities make franchise deals with internet service providers.
Real net neutrality should not force ISPs to do deals like this. You might notice in your internet bill a $1 charge for franchise fee. 800,000 customers that equates to $800,000 a month for the greedy local government. This does not include taxes, fees and surcharges.
With all the red tape, it makes it hard for new ISPs to start up.

ISPs have always block certain ports or traffic and still the case even after net neutrality was in place. One good example,  most residential ISPs block TCP port 80 and SMTP port 25. Why? Mainly because they don’t want you host your own website and email server out of your residential internet account. If you want to do so, you have to upgrade to a business internet account  (will cost more and can involve contracts ) to be able to have all known ports lifted. Plus you now have the choice to get one or more static IP addresses. ISPs also use existing laws to throttle those who download illegal content via torrents. To overcome this many people purchase a VPN service.

Net neutrality will result in freedom of choice will be compromised and consumer access even more limited and more costly

2015-2017 rip the imaginary free internet .
#RepealNetneutrality #NetNeutrality #noBigGovernment

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