LA Times: Portugal’s internet shows us a world without net neutrality, and it’s ugly

Harbinger of the American internet? Portugal's MEO mobile broadband service splits its offerings into several tiers with extra data allowances for certain apps, giving subscribers a choice that is entirely illusory. (MEO)


Ajit Pai, Chairman of the United States Federal Communications Commission, wants to overturn the Obama Administration’s regulations on net neutrality. Portugal currently does not have net neutrality. The above article by Michael Hiltzik provides an outlook of the potential problems the US might face if net neutrality is overturned.


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