>>63851964>So NN laws don't apply NN?
they do apply but they didn't prevent congestion based throttling. all it did was prevent lets say comcast from purposefully throttling kikebook and slapping a $5 fee if people wanted a fast lane for kikebook.
but it did not stop comcast from just leaving their infrastructure alone, not add any extra capacity, and let natural throttling happen from actual real congestion.
then go off and slap on a small 1tb data cap, add $10 fee for every 50gb over, and add a new $50 monthly fee on top of your actual internet bill if you want unlimted data. which you will still be throttled anyways because comcast is ignoring their infrastructure. all they do is basic maintenance and that's it. not up their capacity.
which is exactly what they started to do under net neutrality.