Watchdog communication US agree to a less stringent net neutrality
The American communicatiewaakhond FCC last Thursday, voted for less stringent rules regarding net neutrality.
The FCC voted for the abolition of the so-called Title II, writes The Verge. According to those rules may breedbandproviders access to legal content, apps and services, not block. In addition, it internet traffic does not adjust in quality and they should services, apps and websites will not give priority in exchange for money.
The rules allow it, according to the FCC, and its chairman Ajit Pai that less is invested in high-speed internet access.
Today’s vote is a first step towards the undoing of Title II, which in 2015 was set under president Obama. First, however, a period in which the public is allowed to comment on the proposal. Here, the American population is ninety days for, said FCC chairman Ajit Pai.
Afterwards there is a completed proposal, where the responses of the population in theory. Also, there must again be tuned, before it is a real regulation.