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Biren Patel Carl Roach ENGL 112 013 14 October 2019 Is the net neutrality necessary? Yes, the net neutrality must regulate. According to Faris’s article, “They compiled, mapped, and analyzed more than 15,600 stories published on net neutrality, augmented by data from Twitter, Bitly, and Google Trends. By three different measures, we find that the pro-net neutrality forces decisively won the online public debate and translated this into a successful social mobilization effort.” (Faris 1). People for it says , “It is economically beneficial for the dominant content provider to reverse its stance on net neutrality” (Hong). According to who’s in favor of net neutrality “It's the idea that all Internet data should be equal. That the Comcasts and Verizon of the world can provide the pipes but should have No, the net neutrality must be a free market. On the other side, “The dystopian vision is that you'll be able to watch Netflix, but when someone puts an indie film online, you'll have to pay an extra $100 a month to see it. That's a world where someone starting a com Pany can't get distribution” (Henry). Also, it says for censorship that “It also keeps internet censorship to a minimum whereas companies or ISPs could decide to block certain content” (Livingston). According to Christian Dawson, “this vote will negatively impact small- and medium- sized Internet business and has the potential to decrease jobs and economic growth system-wide” (Mike). However, who’s against it says, “But times
no say in what passes through them. The Internet providers shouldn't be allowed to

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