|reply to en103 |
It's not going to kill anything. The FCC can adopt these guidelines all they want, but they are unable to enforce them. They have no control over the Internet. They can not set speeds, caps or anything else. They lose that battle YEARS ago when they decided to let the Internet be an information source instead of a communications source. That was back with X Case over wholesale cable modem services. Now they need Congress to fully give them the power, and you have a better chance of being struck by lighting sitting at your computer than that ever happening soon.