For the Internet Association, net neutrality is important for internet companies and consumers to have a powerful lawful recourse.
On Thursday, the Internet Association filed an appeal to intervene in the plethora of lawsuits filed against the FCC regarding the wash out of net neutrality. The federation speaks for large-scale internet companies including Facebook, Google, and Netflix. Although they considered intervening in the filed cases, they will not partake as one of the primary petitioners.
Based on the filed petition, the Internet Association indicates that without net neutrality, internet firms and consumers alike are deprived of valid expediency. This is in lieu of the broadband providers that wrench competition and disrupt communication. Additionally, it will prohibit or intimidate consumers from accessing the online content of their preference.
Last week, three trade organizations filed the same petition to support the FCC’s decision to overturn net neutrality rules. They embody principal home Internet and mobile broadband servers in the US.
These trade groups include CTIA–The Wireless Association, NCTA–The Internet & Television Association, and USTelecom–The Broadband Association. CTIA represents AT&T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, and Sprint. NCTA represents Comcast, Charter, Cox, and Altice. USTelecom represents AT&T and Verizon which are wireline telcos that operate copper and fiber networks.
According to Internet Association CEO Michael Beckerman, the internet industry will remain to protect net neutrality. The regulation supports consumers, adopts the innovation, and builds up competition for the integral online ecosystem.
Needless to say that net neutrality is truly important. Without it, users are not aware of being surveilled. Because of this, the dnet platform designed Anuvys OS to ensure the security and protection of users. The operating system does not treat them as perpetrators and remain dedicated to dnet users.
The dnet platform provides unlimited access to the decentralized web. There is no slowing down of content access and operates fast like the first day of its installation. It is mostly the opposite of the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality.