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Podcast: The Death of Net Neutrality

In this episode Joel and I discuss the impending fate of Net Neutrality. Also check out my article explaining: What is Net Neutrality

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  • After listening to the episode, I got to thinking about how far this issue could reach. Let's say a company like Spectrum is in a battle with a station owned by NexStar over "must carry fees". What is to keep Spectrum from slowing down NexStar stations websites after they remove them from the cable line up?

    Cord cutters SHOULD follow this closely.

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    • It creates a situation where an internet provider can favor its own content over a competing content provider. ISPs already have content. AT&T owns Time Warner. Comcast owns NBC. Soon you will see more content consolidation where ISPs favor the the content they own over other services. This will make it hard for new start up content providers to break into the streaming market and ultimately end with less consumer choices. It will happen slowly over the next few years. It will be a slow boil.