Net Neutrality

internet1Net neutrality is a fight over who pays for Internet infrastructure. Now, large content providers (Netflix) help pay, but under the new FCC rules they won’t be allowed to. Thus, households will pay more. But as they are more price sensitive than content providers, usage will probably fall. As for future Internet investment, in the short-run little will change as net neutrality has effectively been the law of the land.

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