If this goes through, it will just spit in the face of anything done in the preservation of net neutrality, and is actually exactly what net neutrality is trying to fight. A free internet should be just that, free. We pay for access to the net, we shouldn't be charged to access certain parts of it because "we said so"... but, hey, you can't charge everyone, can you?
Now, don't get me wrong, these companies have every right to try and charge these fees, but that doesn't mean we can't refute them. Either way, the FCC will be discussing the matter of net neutrality on December, 21st, so I'm assuming we won't hear much on this until after that date.
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