Will Porn Sites The Saviours Of Internet?

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Some of the world’s most popular porn sites have collaborated with a group of technology giants including Google, Amazon and Twitter to protest against US government plans to dismantle legislation that ensures that all online data must be treated equally.

The “open internet” principle, known as the “open internet”, promoted by US law in 2015, means Internet service providers (ISPs) can not restrict access to the Internet independently, intentionally slow down service, or charge additional fees To view specific locations. On Wednesday, July 12, more than 170 companies and popular brands gathered to protest ongoing plans to back down on the existing law, which has been the subject of heated debate for years, as Internet service providers including AT & T and Verizon continue to argue that regulation hampers innovation.

Participating companies include Amazon, Google, Facebook, Reddit, Netflix, Mozilla, Dropbox, Twitter, Gethp and many more. But to warn the general public, it is probably the inclusion of Bornhope, Joborn and Bornmead that can have the greatest impact. With 10 million registered users, 92 billion views per year and 75 million daily visits, the reach of Bornhope should not be underestimated. As part of the broader campaign, other Web sites have taken action – from full page ads to shorter blog updates and slower page loads.

The huge protest, organized by the “Fight for the Future”, “Freepress” and “Demands Progress”, comes less than a week before the initial consultation by the FCC. On the working day, social media were buzzing with comments. The working day was called after the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Bay, appointed by US President Donald Trump in January 2017, and promised to reduce the current law Baye was criticized because of the fact that he had previously worked at Verizon, which is seen by many anti-animal neutrality in the position.

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