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Biren Patel Carl Roach ENGL 112 013 24 October 2019 Net Neutrality outline Thesis: The pros and cons of net neutrality often start passionate debate that the government must regulate net neutrality. The arguments of accountability, spread of false information or news, limited access of harmful activities and national security and identity theft are the main reasons that is why the net neutrality has to be regulated. Support argue: 1. Accountability If the government must regulate the internet you can be sure that someone will be held accountability in case something was to go wrong. The service providers will have answer questions from law makers, show proof that consumers are treated fairly and not over billed for mistakes of broadband service providers. “Neutrality has been a core democratizing principle of the Internet since the day it was born. Internet service should be like phone service: the phone company can't make the connection worse if they don't approve of the person you're calling.” (Pogue). Service providers sometimes do not like some sites running through their network as it slows their services and exposes their business to the all parts of the web which is used by some individuals to do business. At least consumers will have someone to report service providers to and not just meaning there can never be above the law and are accountable to someone. 2. Spread of false information
According to Pai, “the Inspector General's report debunks the conspiracy theory that Pai himself was to blame for the FCC spreading false information” (Fleishman). It is no news

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