Net neutrality serves as the consumers’ protector from broadband providers’ discrimination.
The net neutrality guidelines are absolutely important not only for the largest companies but for every common single internet user. And it seems that the Trump administration can’t or won’t do anything about it. It is up to the officials of the state how they can counter the FCC’s decision to kill it on April 23.
ISPs should provide equivalent admittance to every tool and digital platforms. It means that every ISPs or company should not exercise their authority to block or blackout startups.
Oregon has enacted its own net neutrality guidelines becoming the second state to do so. The state of Washington was the first. Several states are following suit, and California could become the third if legislators favor Sen. Scott Weiner’s SB 822 on the April 17 hearing.
On the North Coast, citizens are deeply concerned about how the repeal of the net neutrality guidelines will impact the healthcare industry. It will degrade the total quality of care most especially in rural health areas and outpatient department.
Eagle Telemedicine COO Robert Annas said, “Rural hospitals will have to spend more to get the same or even better internet coverage than they do now, which will restrict the types of services that they can offer.”
People from all walks of life rely on an internet that empowers free speech. Whatever profession they have or what their skin color is, are entitled to be treated equally. Just like in the Decenternet where everything and everyone gets fair treatment.
The system of Decenternet is free to use with boundless access to both decentralized and centralized web. Every user can feel the protection of the net neutrality guidelines. They can freely communicate without the bigotry haunting them. Besides, users will not experience blocking, throttling, speeding or slowing of connection.