One illustrated view of world without net neutrality rules
So what would the world look like if proposed net neutrality rules fail to clear the Federal Communications Commission? Opponents of the rules favor a continuation of the status quo, under which only a few examples of bad behavior by Internet service providers have emerged. But DVICE, a tech blog, posted a graphic on what they say could happen if cable and telecom companies became the gatekeepers of content and services on the Web.
Their Web site shows a world in which users pay a basic price for their Internet connections, and then are offered a dizzying array of options to buy other content that today is free.
Sometimes pictures speak louder than words. What do you think?
October 28, 2009; 3:30 PM ET
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