Google and Verizon insist 'net neutrality' not affected by internet superhighway plans | Mail Online
By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 2:31 PM on 10th August 2010
So, it's NOT 'ending net-neutrality' like the 'conspiracy theorists' were claiming... they are just creating a 'two-tier' internet where mainstream voices get heard louder then the blogs... oh and for faster 3d gaming connections, cause those bandwidth hog gamers aren't paying a premium (or enough of one).Technology giants Google and Verizon have today paved the way for a future 'two-tier' internet in which companies can pay extra to make sure their services get through.
In a joint statement the two firms called for a new, premium connection which would let internet service providers, such as Virgin, charge more for certain services over faster, higher-quality lines.
But critics have accused Google and Verizon of plotting to carve up the internet to suit big, established firms like themselves.
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