The U.S. wants to abolish the principle of net neutrality
This will enable service providers to introduce additional cost and more difficult access to certain content
The Federal communications Commission, the United States announced that on 11 June in the United States will be cancelled the principle of “network neutrality.” This will enable service providers to introduce additional cost and more difficult access to certain content, according to Reuters.
Next week, the U.S. Senate needs to decide whether he initiative for the abolition of “network neutrality.”
In December 2017 the Federal communications Commission (FCC) decided to abolish the principle of “network neutrality” that obliges Internet providers to treat equally any traffic.
The principle of “net neutrality” suggests that providers may have different attitudes to certain sites or types of traffic – for example, to block traffic or take a charge for the increase in speed of access to any website.
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