Re: Interesting POV Tom Wheeler and Net Neutrality

Líder Sénior

So, we should let the providers dictate the terms of use of the internet which is used over their networks?  I always thought the Internet was owned by no one, that it was a collective of all human interaction, knowledge, entertainment, history, science, and other such qualities that humans have introduced, invented and innovated.  i get how regulations can stifle a providers ability to expand or improve.  To me, a provider offers a service to allow the connection to the Internet, but does not own the content being sent on it's network.  That's like saying I own the air in my house, you come into my home and breathe my air, I say how much and how fast and you still have to pay me for it.  The Internet is essentially the same as air in today's world.  Without it, we all die.