On the issue of net neutrality, why are the ISP companies considered “special interests”

Answer by Jason Yeaman:

Lol. One side has a better propaganda lobby than the other.Whoever the government thinks will be harder to control or manage will be special interest, Big ‘X’ or affiliates of the Tea party….or voted for GW Bush twice.I’ll agree with your final point, but because they have twisted the discourse into optimized interconnection networks, most people believe that CDN complexity is nothing more than ‘a series of tubes’  🙂

Netflix doesn’t want to pay more because they say it’s the same service it should be the same price.

They don’t like it when you ask them, ‘Then why do you charge some people 8.95 and other people 9.95 for the same service?’

On the issue of net neutrality, why are the ISP companies considered “special interests” while Google, Netflix, etc who support net neutr…

 

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