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Legislative framework Open Internet Order was adopted by the Federal Communication Commission in the US. This is the first major change to ensure maintenance of network neutrality worldwide. Classifying internet access as a Title II service (like the phone network) providers and businesses have no right to conclude transactions for PREFERENTIAL speeds and selectively slowing traffic and to provide quick mobile traffic for specific services.

The norm was adopted by a thread with a ratio of 3: 2, but, fortunately, lobby ISPs not prevailed. Jessica Rozenvortsel believes that the current state of Internet businesses would not be achievable in the absence of an equal footing for all:

“We can not allow internet with double standards, speed lanes privileged and slow for everyone else …

… Network neutrality is one of the fundamental market principles to protect.

… Those with deep pockets and those with empty pockets should have an equal opportunity to succeed “

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