Let’s imagine something. Let’s say that you’re a town planner, working for the city where you live. Your city has an issue with congestion. Large, 18-wheeler trucks drive in, and they get stuck. Lanes get blocked up, and eventually, all motor vehicles are moving at a pace as slow as cold molasses. Being the smart individual you are, you decide to route all of the large trucks through slower, less convenient routes. However, you decide that should they wish to use the fast paths, they can do so provided that they pay up. What if we applied this analogy to… Read the full article: What Is Net Neutrality & Why Should I Care?
What Is Net Neutrality & Why Should I Care?