The internet should be even more free than it is now. Everything should be free.
It's fine the way it is.
We're mooching. We should be paying our fair share based on our use.
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The internet should be like it is now, with free browsing to most sites. Also, we need more competition in the ISP market, and the prices should be much lower due to increased competition.
Redneck, hillbilly, fundie, Bible thumper, cracker, split tails, geezer, loon, xenophobe, islamaphobe, and homophobe are not words of tolerance.
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.
I don't agree with data caps. That's the first step to charging by the megabyte, which will possibly wipe out the advantage of paying your bills and conducting other business on the internet. America needs to be competitive iwth other countries in this area. We are behind other countries in so many areas, that it looks like we won't get this area right, either. Europe already provides much faster internet service to its citizens, at a lower cost.
There should not be a difference in charges for websites readers use, unless it's a determination for that website business to charge for it (like a porn site). Because that will wipe out entrepreneurial ventures on the internet, who wouldn't get the traffic it needs or wouldn't be able to pay fees. We must keep the internet open for new businesses to open (like Twitter and Facebook did).
I think local communities should take the incentive to offer free WiFi to their citizens. Chattanooga, Tennessee has a city-wide WiFi, but they won't open it up to the public for odd reasons. But there's no reason why websites shouldn't be allowed to charge for usage. Just because you can get information for free from the library doesn't mean we ban bookstores. I'm also an advocate of net neutrality. I voted "it's fine the way it is," even though other areas of government policy concerning the internet need to be reformed.