The FCC wants to change Net Neutrality rules and destroy your internet

Kenny Withers

I am a blogger, strategist and speaker who works with companies to optimize their online personal and company presence, brand, internet marketing and social media marketing. This blog covers topics related to Social Media, Digital Marketing, Blogging, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Brand Marketing, and Content Marketing.

14 Responses

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  3. Jeanne Burdine says:

    I have an idea.

    Instead of getting all these promises and deals for Comcast to act like a common carrier, why not simply have the FCC reclassify them as a common carrier.

    Problem solved.

  4. Keeley Israel says:

    Then we let them get bigger and even more entrenched as a giant vampire squid on the aorta of critical communications infrastructure on the promise that they’ll keep not doing anything bad that might cause the USA problems.

  5. Damon Huish says:

    Personally, I think that every local cable company should be it’s own corporation, owned by its customers. Any company that gets special access to customers due to Franchise Agreements should be locally owned. This solves the whole problem, since the customer is the boss. Literally.

  6. Frederic Devito says:

    I fully endorse everything we can do to keep the neutrality issue in the public eye. We can’t rest until proper net neutrality legislation that protects the consumer’s interest is in place.

  7. Carey Burgess says:

    If the current head of the FCC isn’t a shill that will be the path they will take. Will be interesting to see if it happens because it would kill the big incentive for AT&T to switch their voice network over to IP.

  8. Caren Canfield says:

    Well goodbye innovation, hello stagnation.

  9. Samara Troiano says:

    Maybe just maybe, this will cause the FCC to take another look at this and do it right this time. I guess we will see what the new chairman really thinks.

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  12. Philip Deamer says:

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  1. November 13, 2014

    Netflix may have not had to pay for a “fast lane” but they had to pay for “a lane” period. That is wrong. I already paid for that lane, I paid to access the content they deliver.