m121c wrote:Im not for over bearing government regulation where it doesn’t belong, nor do I trust an appointed commitee to make decisions in secret to decide what those regulations are, and what can and can happen with ISPs and content sites.
Its very “anti-monoply” on the surface, but does anyone ask why coperate giants such as Facebook, Google, Apple, etc. are for something that would essentially give the government the means to control them? My guess would be is they have the means in capitol and money to corrupt affectively controlling their compeition via the government.
If that were the case then why would Telecom companies bribe the government for yes votes? Companies are against it because they realize they are a destination. The less people that travel to their site, the less revenue they get. Popular places will get data plans or special access. Either the customer can pay for the special access or data plan or the companies that are destinations can pick it up, or both. If you are so against monopolies I have no idea why this doesn't scare you. I can count on one hand how many times a company has done the right thing and considering they want this I'm guessing this won't be one.