We do not support Net Neutrality.
With some exceptions
- We do not support the involvement of Government in any form.
At times… there are cases to be made for limited Government involvement.
The term Net Neutrality - “sounds good” because it sounds like “everything is equal”.
A more accurate term would be “Internet Control”. That would more properly state what “Net Neutrality” is all about. It’s about everything being “Equal”. It’s about “Control”.
And Control implies… an Administrator of Control…
- one who controls those - who are “Submissive”.
And those who control do so… by creating Regulations.
Regulations is a negative word that dictates what “you can’t do”. That’s why the Law Books are “so big”… because those in control keep coming up with more and more things - that “you cannot do”.
Now… Who actually pays for Regulations. In most cases - the answer is - the Business world pays for it.
Do Businesses pass the cost of regulations onto their customers.
- Obviously they do. Every business passes the cost to their customers. Even Webflow.
You do it yourself. With your own customers. Every time you bill your customer…
- they are paying for a small piece of that computer your are using - right now… to look this post.
Regulations increase the cost of business and stifle innovation. If you don’t understand this… then you don’t understand business. You may be a good Web Designer, or Programmer, or whatever. But if you don’t understand business… you will always work for someone who does.
If Net Neutrality existed before Microsoft, Apple, HP, Google, Fedex… or Webflow were created…
none of them would exist today.
Net Neutrality is the gateway to the control of every aspect of the internet. That includes you. Net Neutrality will eventually control you. And what see. And what you know. And what those in control - want you to know.
If you prefer the Government controlling your access to the net…
- then you should support Net Neutrality.
If you are like me…
- and prefer to get what I pay for
- and to pay for what I get
- then the repeal of Net Neutrality is the obvious answer.
Personally — I prefer being in control of the Government
as opposed to the Government being in control of me…
- but that’s just my opinion.