Your internet freedom could die
November 11 , 2013
A court decision regarding net neutrality, could soon end the freedom enjoyed by Internet users.
This neutrality doesn't allow service providers such as Verizon to make the accessibility of the websites harder for users. Although FCC protects it, judges may destroy it soon enough.
"Web and mobile companies will live or die not on the merits of their technology and design, but on the deals they can strike with AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, and others," Marvin Ammori of Wired explained. This will enable the providers to be able to "deliver some sites and services more quickly and reliably than others for any reason. Whim. Envy. Ignorance."
There's still a chance that judges "miraculously" don't destroy net neutrality.