Restrictions on US broadband providers’ ability to prioritise one service’s data over another are to be reduced after a vote by a regulator.
The Federal Communications Commission voted three to two to change the way “net neutrality” is governed.
Internet service providers (ISPs) will now be allowed to speed up or slow down different companies’ data, and charge consumers according to the services they access… More at the BBC.
I would say ‘discuss’, but I suspect we all agree this is ridiculous.
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