Despite 83 per cent of Americans supporting net neutrality maintaining the status quo, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has undone the 2015 rules that prevented internet providers from using a tiered/paid system to block or slow specific websites.
If you listen to the lyrics of REM’s ‘It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine!)’ it feels more like a prediction as we live through 2017. US net neutrality is for the chop, after today’s vote by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) undoing 2015’s rules that stopped internet providers from blocking or slowing particular websites based on a tiered/paid system.
The Sell Sider” is a column written for the sell side of the digital media community.
Today’s column is written by Andy Vogel, global head of digital products at NewBase.
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