Look at the picture, this could be the world we live in if nothing good happens for Net Neutrality. First off, what is Net Neutrality? Net Neutrality is the idea (could be law as well) that all internet data is treated equally without regards to anything else, it's just data. What could happen as soon as the 26 of February, is that you might have to pay for faster speeds on your browser and anything relating to your connection speeds. Look at it this way, to watch your favorite YouTube videos you'll have to pay more for what you should already be getting! Now before you go telling people Net Neutrality is better than no Net Neutrality, you have to learn some of the drawbacks of Net Neutrality.
According to The Forbes Business Journal, the main point that people have missed, "is that ISPs and the companies that control the Internet backbone infrastructure that knits everything together do not have the power to pick winners and losers either." In fact the author says, "Consumers decide what products and services are successful because we adopt them." Those points are very different than what the people who support Net Neutrality say. Supporters of Net Neutrality argue that, "there have been no rules in place to prevent ISPs from blocking content." Looking at that fact, an ISP could do whatever they wanted for their own gain. Is there a way to stop ISP's from doing what they please?
In fact, yes there is a way to stop ISP's if you are for Net Neutrality. The website dearfcc.org helps you write a personal letter to the FCC (Federal Communications Commision) to push them to vote in favor of Net Neutrality. There is a hitch with that though, what if you are against Net Neutrality? The article on Forbes gives good reasons to be against Net Neutrality, like paying for different Ice Creams. Some may ask that me as the writer, do I have any opinions on this topic? I would say I do have an opinion, to a point. Since I am not you, I encourage you to choose what you think is right, after all, it's the World Wide Web and the Internet, and you don't want those to go away do you?