A U.S. vote on a law proposal that could end net neutrality

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    • The neutrality obliges providers to offer a uniform service that does not allow, for example, a site that has a faster connection than the other.
    • The republicans believe that, by granting greater freedom to the companies, the increased competition will encourage investment in the sector and innovation.
    • on The 14th of December, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the united States vote on a proposal to end the law of neutrality.

    internet Neutrality

    In 2015, Barack Obama managed to pass a law protecting net neutrality. That is to say, according to this standard, the companies of the internet are considered providers of information and not a product, which forces them to offer a uniform service that does not allow, for example, that a website can have a faster connection just by paying more.

    now, however, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the united States seeks to end the neutrality. The next 14 December to vote on a proposition of law, presented by the president of the commission, republican Ajit Pai, to grant to the suppliers of internet an almost complete freedom to manage the web traffic in its discretion.

    With this proposal, known as Restoring the Internet Freedom (Recovering the freedom of the Internet), internet service providers will work through the same regulation that the rest of our services, in exchange they will be required to “that are transparent with their practices” consumers.

    on the other hand, Pai has announced that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will be the agency in charge of protect your privacy of consumers. They believe that, by granting greater freedom to the companies, the increased competition between them will promote investment in the sector and innovation.

    The members of the Democratic Party at the FCC have expressed their opposition to the initiative of Pai, since they consider that this measure will only “favors the telephone companies of cable” and that will allow providers “decide which voices to amplify, and what sites they can visit,”, which will represent a clear form of control and censorship.

    The proposal is more likely to succeed because the republicans have three of five votes from the FCC.

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    A U.S. vote on a law proposal that could end net neutrality
    Source: www.20minutos.es  
    November 22, 2017

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