Over the past few months, we would guess you’ve heard a bit about Net Neutrality. It’s a “hot topic” right now and also a bit of a hot potato. It seems that while everyone purports to want the same thing, one side seems to want to keep an archaic set of rules that won’t help anyone or develop the growth of e-commerce. Here is a moment that made us think (click here) from MEDIUM.
Notice the “Circus Parade” illustration toward the end – it clearly outlines what Title II really is – outdated regulations from the 1930s, political game playing, stifled investments and leaving decisions up to the courts. Congress could end all this and put a permanent Net Neutrality law in to place to keep the Internet open and free.
It seems to us that permanent legislation would be the fairest way to go. At the end of the day, we all want the same thing: to “provide enforceable and legal sustainable net neutrality protection,” so wouldn’t it be terrific if both sides could work together to come to a solution that works for everyone?