Running head: RESPONSE 1
Your response is well presented and informational. I agree with you that net neutrality is the standardization policy that monitors and ensure internet services providers are deliver information to consumers at a similar speed, in spite of the content. I would like to add the law must strike an agreement connecting securing the private privileges of Internet specialist organizations to facilitate security for the best interest of the internet users.
Net neutrality progress information technology effectiveness as it facilitates the people or organization to recognized worldwide commerce and successfully offers services for their customers. I like the way you have provided that the provided restriction of the internet service providers will lead to slow speed internet and crash which come with negative impact to the business. You have incorporated various practical examples in your response which signifies critical thinking ability which is commendable.
I love the way you have introduced your response with a clear and comprehensive explanation of net neutrality as the directing rules that tries to control and standardize the internet service provider activities. I concur with you that net neutrality will utilize the first-in-first out mechanism of receiving and redirecting the data without bias of the size or source which ensure equality in service provision. I would like to add that the net neutrality needs to consider that the move will attract high traffic for the given bandwidth which increases the chances of spam and infection. The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) needs to protect its client and the public and ensure that proper strategies for or against net neutrality is developed effectively. I agree with you that without net neutrality the internet services providers can block, slow down or back off access to sites they don’t care for which is not fair and just. Your response is systematically presented and directional. Keep up the good work.
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