#196 IS NET NEUTRALITY GOOD? Ben Shapiro And Cassie Jaye By Louder With Crowder



Steven's analogy to the postal service is the most apt in this video. Just think, instead of trying to draw customers by making their products competitive, online companies could start to bribe ISPs to throttle and block their competition even if the ISP had no profit motive to block them before. The rules state in 2010 was later overturned by the supreme because isps were still under title 1. leaving only the part about transparency, of which was redundant because it was already the FTC's job.

And an article which explains how government is making it very hard for new ISPs to start up. These companies are single service providers only, running their fiber in public utility right of ways, contracted through the corporations commissions in municipalities across the nation.

Were letting you finance phones instead now and you just have to switch this this plan so you still save money” then they proceed to slowly fuck the customers over by upping the costs of service while forfeiting all competition of discounting phones.

Net neutrality: the believe that one shoudn't have a paywall from the ISP to go to any site. You'd get relatively little debate from people, including me, presuming the competitive circumstances were different in the US. Free markets are great when companies are fighting over customers and there's plenty of competition!

Net Neutrality makes it for 1 gb of data from source A has to be treated the same as 1gb of data from source B. Now that it's gone, Comcast, Charter, AT&T, Verizon have total control over what we can and can't access on the internet. Without net neutrality, this type of private arrangement between ISPs and the big services providers becomes legal.

I do know I'm more than a little suspicious of the very same folks that brought in all the cable regulations 10 years ago which seriously decreased services and caused rates to go up. I was doing work for the cable companies back then, working on their equipment.

Just think, instead of trying to draw customers by making their products competitive, online companies could start to bribe ISPs to throttle and block their competition even if the ISP had no profit motive to block them before. The rules state in 2010 was later overturned by the supreme because isps were still under title 1. leaving only the part about transparency, of which was redundant because it was already the FTC's job.

This entire video Can be debunks when people realize how their internet was pre obamas net neutrality policy. Soon the internet will be as absurdly pay-walled as Starwars Battlefront 2 was before public backlash. Net neutrality doesn't allow companies to specialize in giving you the ability to do what you want to do. Let's say there's an isp that specializes in all things gaming.

Why aren't people holding up open access signs not FCC controlled "neutrality" magically the FCC created the neutral net and ISPs pulled will watch south park episode how to tame a horse in minecraft. That's because Ben's video didn't tell us why a free market works without competition.

If people are surfing myspace for only an hour at night, and are watching low resolution cat videos in a quarter web page, providers can make some reasonable assumptions and charge users appropriately. As Ben Shapiro wrote in 2014, Consumers would dump those ISPs in favor of others” if those ISPs slowed down or blocked data as favoritism toward certain sites.

Also, if you really think about it, Net neutrality doesn't give everybody free equal internet access. Without Steven Crowder Net Neutrality Video net neutrality, nothing prevents ISPs from simply introducing their own streaming services and blocking or at least throttling competing services. +HouseHoldAdventures: Net Neutrality has nothing to do with the ISP competition.

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