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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...10yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...10yrs

No, this would allow them to remove competition, create artificial scarcity, and increase prices

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...10yrs

Yes, this would make the internet faster and more reliable for users

 @JonBSimConstitutionfrom Kentucky  agreed…9mos

Yes, this would make the internet faster and more reliable for users

It might disrupt the dark web, used by hundreds or thousands, for the sake of clean and public sites used by thousands upon thousands.

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...10yrs

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Yes, but only give priority by type (video over images) and not source (big website over little website)

@9C94BJ5Communist from Wisconsin answered…4 days

@9C924BB from Maine answered…5 days

@9C8NDGPLibertarian from Kansas answered…6 days

Such decisions should be decided by the private institutions themselves

@KnownEast4 from Illinois answered…3wks

Yes, as long as necessary government website are always accessible

@9C2BFGX from Florida answered…3wks

Open up lower level infrastructure to allow for more competition between ISPs.

@9BYVQGR from Texas answered…3wks

Yes, they are a private business and it's infringing on the rights of the owners to command how they use their service.

 @Syndicalist-Comm…Workers from New York answered…3wks

No, and the state should nationalise and consolidate all service providers into one state owned enterprise

@9BZ5XXX from New York answered…3wks

@9BWJKND from Texas answered…4wks

@9BL8BXPRepublican from Virginia answered…1mo

@SethF from Texas answered…1mo

@9BKJWTB from Wisconsin answered…1mo

@9BJ6H2RRepublican from Virginia answered…1mo

@9BDV5P4Libertarian from Kentucky answered…2mos

Yes, the government does not have the power to regulate ISPs or any other private business.

@9B7L8LF from Arizona answered…2mos

@9B65623 from Illinois answered…2mos

@9B4V54QDemocrat from Virginia answered…2mos

@9B47DGP from Illinois answered…2mos

@99Z4QQW from Texas answered…2mos

This is complicated, and if the laws didn't treat ISPs like a commodity but let them operate like a utility with no competition there might be a more straightforward answer.

@99VTR3Z from Kentucky answered…3mos

Yes as long as they are upholding the contract with the customers using the data

@99SWVWB from Missouri answered…3mos

Depends on the intentions of the company and the relationship the company has with the website owners. Website owners should have control over their sites according to traffic for the community, and the company should want what is best for the website owners by decreasing traffic in high-traffic areas.

@99B786P from Washington answered…4mos

@AWeiseyyy24Republican from Minnesota answered…4mos

They’re typically private businesses, so they can do whatever they want technically, which is how it should be. I don’t think they should do it, but it’s up to them.

@98WQW2R from Missouri answered…4mos

Yes, although I don't agree, private companies should be free to make their own business decisions and the economic market will drive competition between service providers

@98VMPXY from Michigan answered…4mos

@98TC7KS from Arizona answered…5mos

Yes, a company is free to change however their service is provided as long as it is put in the TOS.

@98SHTM4 from North Carolina answered…5mos

@98MRP3Q from North Carolina answered…5mos

Yes, but the internet service shouldn't slow down the less popular ones and keep it the same.

@98LLD6G from Kentucky answered…5mos

Yes, it is private business they should be able to do whatever they want.

@97HTGRP from Delaware answered…7mos

Let internet service providers decide, increase incentives for competition

@97H9TBS from Maryland answered…7mos

No, I'm paying for my speeds. I should get the speeds I pay for as a consumer.

@97GPQSW from Idaho answered…7mos


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