The decision allows ISPs to compete with Google, Facebook, and even Medium. Quincy left out a multitude of facts that even a 12-year old could have performed simple journalistic research on with 3-second Google search to make this article more professional and scholarly.
- ISPs have pushed back against privacy regulations. Their issue: Sites like Facebook and Google are regulated by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and are therefore governed by regulations that do not force them to obtain customer consent before collecting and selling personal data. Notice how right after you’ve been searching for a copy of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection on Amazon, advertisers bombard you with video game ads once you’ve switched back to Facebook.