It can restrict what sites you can go to or not by slowing down the connection to it, imagine a long wait time to read a webpage or watch a video on Netflix or other sites. Even if you pay for it, they can still mess with your life. Be against Net Neutrality.
"Moreover, the FCC’s regulatory gymnastics are specifically aimed at thwarting the judgment of the federal courts, which deemed most of the commission’s original net neutrality order unconstitutional....Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) and the FCC know that net neutrality violates the constitutional rights of ISP’s and Internet users, but they think they’ve found a way to slip it through on a technicality.
This game of extra-legislative lawmaking mocks the system of checks and balances, but sadly, it’s become the new reality in Washington. When Congress rejects a law, the White House tries to ram it through via executive power. When the courts strike a policy down
on constitutional grounds, the Obama administration grasps for any technicality it can find to thwart the rule of law. Regardless of the loophole Title II reclassification may provide, net neutrality remains a bad policy which the American people don’t want and which blatantly violates the rights of ISP’s to offer innovative packages to customers."
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