Brandon Smith is an educated documentary filmmaker. When not capturing his observations with his camera’s lens, he’s doing so with the pen and the written word. He has also written for Mashable.
Network neutrality is the idea that all data should be treated equally no matter who is sending it. The U.S. government is trying to decide if it’s OK for ISPs to create more lanes, then charge content providers a higher fee for traveling down the fast ones. Here’s why the service providers say this is a good idea: