Net Neutrality

I’m not sure if Thai has the “Net Neutrality” issue or has heard about it. It’s a real problem in America and Canada (probably in Europe too). Although this situation hasn’t happened yet, but they are trying to pass the bill (law) of Net Neutrality to protect from unfair ISPs.

Basically, a ISP limits the amount of bandwidth of internet usage. This picture explains a lot.

If we want to access to Youtube, we have to pay $49.99.


5 thoughts on “Net Neutrality

  1. ็ี้Huh? Nooooooooooooooo……………………..

    So if people use Google, Gmail, annd Blogger, they will have to pay almost $80??

    It seems a few popular websites are catagorised into different groups.. looks like people have to pay for all above.. $110 to be able to enter to the website?

    But, what the Net Neutrality should mean???


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