A couple of months or so ago, I noted that Net Neutrality would be discussed again soon, and confirmation has come. On April 25, the FCC is set to vote on a proposal to restore Net Neutrality rules again, possibly tinkering with what ISPs can and cannot do to contain costs and improve service to customers, control traffic, and more. I’ll note that I’m not for it, as it puts slow government in a position over fast innovation, as well as fast emergency response. The supporters of this process are oddly Big Tech, which would seem against their best interests on the surface, but eliminate smaller competitors from taking on Big Tech. We’ll see how the FCC votes in a few weeks.

Previous net neutrality rules were repealed by the FCC in 2017.

Found at www.cnet.com