Why you should care about Net Neutrality
Rohan Rajiv

If it’s about freedom of expression, why does so-called “‘net neutrality” only target ISPs.

What you are laying out is the idea that ISPs cannot charge extra to deliver the content of big bandwidth using companies like Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, CNN and others.

Yet we leave THOSE providers free to censor content, block users, and push their own agenda without restriction. Google rakes in millions for their search engine and ad-sense, and ISPs are not allowed to charge them for access to their customers, but Google is allowed to push results from CNN and MSNBC and charge them for it, while blocking access to other small news sites and blogs.

How does that help freedom of expression, again?

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