Net neu­tral­ity keeps cost down

The Columbus Dispatch - - Letters To The Editor -

The Fed­eral Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Com­mis­sion is look­ing to de­stroy the in­ter­net. I ask read­ers to sup­port net neu­tral­ity to keep the in­ter­net free and open.

If net neu­tral­ity is ended, then this will only ben­e­fit the in­ter­net ser­vice providers as they will cre­ate un­fair fast lanes to sti­fle com­pe­ti­tion. They will sup­port only their own ser­vices and slow down others, if they don’t pay more for ac­cess to fast lanes.

This will cre­ate higher cost for the con­sumer, as providers will raise prices and limit ac­cess to the in­ter­net. We’ll no longer have our choice of what ser­vices we can use. The ca­ble com­pa­nies will de­cide for us. Don’t let the ca­ble com­pa­nies con­trol how we view and use the in­ter­net.

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