The battle for the net neutrality guidelines continues. Despite its impending deadline, net neutrality stays strong.
Just a few more weeks and the FCC’s decision to rollback net neutrality will take place. However, the guidelines remain and being kept alive by advocates. Telecom providers are disputing the legislation made by some states.
During the Wednesday (March 28) Senate bill hearing, telecom providers were placed in a difficult situation. They dispute the endorsement of net neutrality rules with the State senators.
According to ISPs along with their representatives, they have no motives to decelerate connection speeds for certain users. Besides, they have no plans on blocking access to definite contents. Likewise, they do not favor absolute content. However, they oppose the Senate bill.
The Special Senate Committee on Net Neutrality and Consumer Protection prohibits ISPs from blocking contents. It also forbids the throttling of connection speed and the practice of paid prioritization. Additionally, ISPs are restained from gathering, adopting, or disseminating user’s personal information without their permission.
The telecom providers dispute that the net neutrality guidelines cripple broadband investments. Also, it proposes skepticism regarding what business procedures are agreeable. Major telecom providers in the US along with the current administration cautioned to file a case to hinder both local and state net neutrality bills from implementation.
So far, there are already 30 states that recommended the same standards in the previous years. Yet, Oregon and Washington are the only two states that have enacted the measures. The National Conference of State Legislatures affirmed it.
Net neutrality has been the guiding principle of the internet. It also means an internet that facilitates and watches over free speech. Without the guidelines, it can do more harm than good.
With the dnet platform, users can achieve net neutrality. It’s native operating system, the Anuvys OS is developed to protect the personal security of the users. There is no slowing down of the speed because defragmentation is not required. Besides, users will have unbound access to the decentralized web. Traditional websites can be accessed at the same time.
Keeping the net neutrality rules alive means the empowering of free speech. Without it, telecom providers will be free to throttle, block, or discriminate other websites, contents, and apps.