Want more Netflix? You’ll pay extra for that. The FCC is planning to ditch net neutrality, which requires internet providers to treat all data online equally.
Portgual’s internet providers shows what the American internet could look like if net neutrality is scrapped.
One company charges people more for additional data based on the kind of app they want to use, from messaging to video.
On Tuesday, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it plans to vote on an order to roll back Obama-era rules that guarantee net neutrality.
Simply put, net neutrality means that all data on the internet is treated equally. An ISP can’t prioritize certain companies or types of data, charge users more to access certain websites and apps, or charge businesses for preferential access.

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