In a 3-2 vote today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to radically overhaul the way Internet service is regulated. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and the commission’s two Democratic commissioners voted to move forward with the rules. The agency’s two GOP-appointed commissioners opposed them.
I've watched this dialogue, and have NO idea what the issues really are.
Am I "The Only One" who doesn't understand the issues?
It seems to me that somewhere there must be a "Net Neutrality For Dummies" primer which gets past the jargon and actually describes the effect of one side of the dialogue vs the other.
And BTW ... what ARE the dialogue, the positions, and the roots of the controversy?
For myself, I just want to take advantage of the data-streaming provided by ... I don't know, Comcast?
That's my IP (Internet Provider ... thank you for defining that small piece of jargon!)
... and I also like that I can stream movies, besides email.
Is that the crux of the controversy? Is one "availability" (Broadband Streaming of Videos) contesting with another "availability" (Email?)
Surely there's somebody who understands the issues, and can define them in terms which are not jargon-filled.