It’s a shame this is where we are. The FCC is going to be voting to strip Net Neutrality rights. This is not good, and speaking as a person who has set up and manage TONS of servers on different carriers I can tell you this breaks rules that helps keep everyone honest.

While I don’t believe ISPs will be doing tiers in the way people over-react to, I do see legitimate throttling like so…

(These are examples, they are not doing this currently, only theoretical)

Spectrum has their own voice service, to encourage people to use their service they will intentionally starve connections to that service to make their service look better. They could do anything from providing poor routing, not upgrading where needed to handle the load or just having a lot of packet loss making the phone call sound terrible.

AT&T offers DirecTV Now and U-Verse service. They could slow down or not give proper bandwidth to services like Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, Hulu TV, etc. This would make their services look better by giving the illusion that a service is worse when it really wasn’t the producing company’s fault.

Verizon has a NFL deal and if you were trying to watch NFL on their network from a different legit source they could slow you down or just not provide reliable service so you would get a bad feeling about what you’re paying for and dump it for verizon’s.

In the past things like this has happened, and it would make a triumphant return if their lobbyists get their way.

This should not be a divided issue. There is literally no benefit to the customers, only the freedom for the companies to do what they do best… Try to get all the money they can from us pathetic chumps. From what I have seen our current government is not remotely listening to the people at this time, they are setting up their friends and other wealthy donors with the bonuses that they really want. We have to do what we can, call your politicians… It’s pretty much all we can do.

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