Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Net neutrality rules would let consumers "curate" their own accounts

According to a Washington Post story today by Nancy Scola, there is general agreement that network neutrality rules should allow customers to decide within their accounts if they want to pay to curate or prioritize some services over others, as with this link.  The could massage their accounts to make video play more quickly.  But there could be some question as to the granularity of the "customer".  Is it just a family or a small business?

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