Net Neutrality matters to you! Help save it!

Dec 01, 2017
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Net Neutrality matters to *you*, wherever you are! Watch this video and find out why and how to help save it. ----------

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What would the Internet in the US look like without net neutrality? Take a look at cable television in the United States. Instead of paying based on speed, you pay based on how many channels you get. Substitute 'channels' with 'websites' and you get censorship of dissenting voices. Sounds horrible, no?

Another example? Here in the Philippines!
The plan I use currently is Globe AT HOME Broadband Plan P1599, which gives you 'up to 10 Mbps' of 400 GB + 100 GB for P1599. What's that extra hundred GB for? It's for YouTube only. That's preferential traffic, which isn't allowed in the US under the current Title II laws.

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TCT101 (2 years ago)
What would happen if you went over your 100GB YouTube streaming limit on a Globe Philippines internet plan? I am asking this because I do not know the answer to this question at all, also because I would like to visit Philippines one day with my family, also, let me guess, do you get charged extra money on your internet plan just for going over your YouTube streaming limit? If that is the case then, oh jeez...
spodermen (2 years ago)
stop being triggered over opinions
TCT101 (2 years ago)
I saw your description, I can see that you live in Philippines. My mother is from The Philippines, but I have not visited The Philippines at all in my entire life, I wish I could though, but travel is highly expensive... I never knew that ISP Globe actually does such a thing like that... Being data specific only to YouTube as separate data, now that is just stupid to me, but okay then...
BoredWithADHD (2 years ago)
Net Neutrality didn't exist before 2015... Everything was fine back then... Whats the big deal?
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11pixels (2 years ago)
pretty sure net neutrality means ISPs cant control your internet speed per website, and stuff like "Buy the Media package (YouTube, Imgur, blah blah) to access those websites!"
KnotSnappy (2 years ago)
@BoredWithADHD Net Neutrality exists now for a reason. ISPs realized what they could get away with and started taking advantage of it right before Net Neutrality got put in place. It was heading towards a nightmare.
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Date: Dec 01, 2017 Views: 105 Ratings: 6
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