“Think Tank: Net Neutrality Rules Harmful, Unnecessary” — Wireless Week Cites ACI Study on Innovation and Links To Video Interviews

To read Maisie Ramsay’s Wireless Week article “Think Tank: Net Neutrality Rules Harmful, Unnecessary,” please click here.

Click Here for ACI’s Entire Study — innovation-final

Click Here for ACI’s Summary Release

Click Here for NextGen Web summary and vidoes

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2 thoughts on ““Think Tank: Net Neutrality Rules Harmful, Unnecessary” — Wireless Week Cites ACI Study on Innovation and Links To Video Interviews

  1. Net nuetrality provides equal access to all. No picking and choosing by the provider as to whose packets go first. They are paid by their users for access, not decision making. Regulation designed to keep markets fair seems like good regualtion to me.

  2. I think Joe’s pacemaker, which sends diagnotic info to the hospital, is more important than tommy downloading a video. I think voice over Internet services require low latency in order to work properly, but your email can arrive a second late without any harm. If ISPs are not permitted to block out spam and viruses to the extent that they do today, how are consumers benefited by that? If ISPs cannot managed network congestion, how does that help anyone? I think your blanket statement is just an oversimplification. There is a lot of evidence on site that you can read and learn, and then comment back. Thanks.

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