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FCC Chair Unveils Premium Comment Line To Fast-Track Net Neutrality Complaints For $49.99 Per Month
while the providers can't do anything wrt charging them more for taking advantage of most of the bandwidth.
mell sayswhile the providers can't do anything wrt charging them more for taking advantage of most of the bandwidth.Yes, exactly. Why can't the ISPs get some kind of monopoly on content as well as the fees for the connection. They should get it all. Each person can stream at most one movie at a time. Why should Netflix and a handful of other people that won the race get to cash in leaving the cable, DSL and Dish out of the action ? Don't they get something for having control of the actual hardware that brings us the internet ? AT&T demands their taste. Common people !
If that's your position, doesn't it make more sense to "nationalize" comcast etc. and make ISP a public utility? Who paid for the infrastructure? Who built the internet?