Big data and net neutrality have more impact on each other than you would think. In the aftermath of the net neutrality repeal, here’s what to know about big data.
If you are a younger internet user, you have probably heard the term “net neutrality.” While you may have come across the term on numerous occasions, you may have not thought what exactly they meant to you. For the average broadband consumer, net neutrality meant that the ISPs (Internet Service Providers) could not block content and infrastructure, even if it was being offered by their competitors.
Author: Sean Mallon