net neutrality vote - The Net Neutrality Vote Decision: We're Screwed

The Net Neutrality Vote Decision: We’re Screwed

Well guys this may very well be the last blog you see from me. I’m still going to try. But I’m not going to bribe powerhouse ISPs (Internet Service Providers). You see, in my country we HAD a thing called Net Neutrality. Now we do not. It was voted out by our senators. So in a sense we did this to ourselves. Net Neutrality basically means that all ISPs have to grant equal support for all websites. Without it, it means that ISPs can pick favorites to support what websites bring them more money.

This has the potential to, and probably will, snuff out smaller websites by slowing their support to a crawl. Hence why it will likely effect this blog. I will not take it lying down though. I encourage you to call your senators if you do not like this change. If you do, I encourage you to express it safely and sanely. I want everyone’s voices to be heard on this matter. Because everyone’s voices matter. I’m not trying to silence anyone.

That is never the goal here. I just am sure this decision will negatively effect me and others. But I will fully admit that I could be very wrong. And if I am and nothing changes, or if something gets better, you better believe I will write about it.

I just want nothing more than for the world to be happy, healthy, safe, and for everyone to get along. But sadly I doubt that will ever happen. We are not only screwed by slow loading of certain websites. No. We are screwed by the fighting that will undoubtably occur over the next few days over whether this is good or bad.

I for one, think it is bad. And that is perfectly fine. Because my opinion is only that, my opinion.

Well, I’ve been me. You’ve been you. And this has been Net Neutrality. I’m all out of time for this topic. Leave down in the comments what you think I should do next. And I will see all you dudes in the next review!

Oh, before I forget. You can look at the decision here. To see how it all went down. It’s the CNN live feed of the vote. It leads to the conclusion of repealing Net Neutrality for those of us who like big pictures.

Ok, bye for real now. See ya! 🙂

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