Peter Bright (Ars Technica) | US | We don’t need net neutrality; we need competition

privacyandtechnology:

From ‘The real problem is competition’:

“All these questions, however, dance around the real issue. The reason that these ISP policies are so troublesome, and the concerns over network neutrality so grave, is that the ISP market in

the US is remarkably uncompetitive. It wouldn’t be a big deal if Verizon’s Netflix performance were suffering so long as Verizon’s DSL and FiOS customers had abundant ISP alternatives offering similar

performance. Indeed, such competitive pressure would probably prevent Verizon’s Netflix performance from dropping in the first place.”

I agree. The more options we have for Internet Service Providers, the more features, speed and performance we will enjoy.

Peter Bright (Ars Technica) | US | We don’t need net neutrality; we need competition

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