Silicon Valley companies breach net neutrality principles they allegedly support.
Ironically speaking, Silicon Valley companies defy net neutrality principles they claim they apparently uphold. The Obama-era Open Internet Order does not administer to Facebook, Google or any massive internet platform. This, in turn, epitomizes fake net neutrality.
Undeniably, the Silicon Valley companies worked hand in hand with the previous administration to make certain that net neutrality principles won’t be implemented to their own business procedures. There are many instances that the Silicon Valley companies have transgressed net neutrality principles. Here are some of the latest:
September 9, 2017: A YouTube star who is also a Trump follower had her song “Make America Great Again” vanquished. No comment was provided by the company regarding the event.
October 9, 2017: Twitter busted Cong. Marsha Blackburn’s campaign’s authority to boost her pronouncement video due to pro-life comments.
November 2, 2017: US President Trump’s Twitter handle, @RealDonaldTrump, became disabled for more than 10 minutes.
April 8, 2018: Social media giant Facebook purged Diamond and Silk’s page. It was labeled “unsafe to the community” without any reason.
Facebook is one of the Silicon Valley companies which is most utilized and recognized. CEO Mark Zuckerberg purported that without net neutrality, the social media behemoth will not survive. He said that if he experienced plundering ISPs procedures in college, there would be no existing Facebook. However, it was founded before the existence of any net neutrality principles.
Facebook is a traditional website and a social media platform with billions of users. In the absence of net neutrality principles, users will need to pay more to access it. With the Decenternet platform, users have limitless access to both decentralized and centralized web.
The system that Decenternet uses does not discriminate any contents and treat them equally. The platform provides liberty for Internet users to communicate freely on the web. Besides, users are compensated to use via the Spyce mining activity.