>just because "liberal" boogieman corporations like apple/google/amazon advocate for something means it's bad
<ignoring the fact that every single corporate sector except ISPs were also pro-NN
<also ignoring the fact that ISPs out-lobbied everyone else regarding NN by 5:1
<also also ignoring the fact that analysis of online "discussion" of NN found anti-NN "arguments" to account for >99% of obvious botspam
<also also also ignoring the fact that opinion polls before, during, and after repeal always show majority support for NN among leftists, centrists, AND RIGHTISTS
>Repealing said Net "Neutrality" appeals to a more free market internet
>different ISP (which will be more numerous due to Title 2 restrictions being lifted
NN had absolutely no effect on the local laws that allow monopoly ISPs to exist, and in fact NN would've helped efforts to mandate "local loop unbundling" for cable & fiber, the only thing (allowing entire competing network infrastructures is redundant, stupid, and is rightly banned) that allowed dialup & DSL ISPs to compete using telcos' copper networks.
That video is absolute bullshit, your post is bullshit. If NN had anything to do with peering, why would ISPs charge ME extra to raise the cap on MY ACCESS (not Netflix's, MINE) to Netflix? Your farsical retardation is talking about things that ONLY COST NETFLIX EXTRA. Peering was never relevant to NN, ever.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.