Georgia Hale

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      10 comments  ·  Data  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
      Georgia Hale commented  · 

      After moving to a rural area, I can only say that access is even harder than ever to the internet. We have a long way to go and tiering access will only make us user that are (only 15 min) out of a large metropolitan area harder. LImiting our views, slowing our speeds will place the media in the hands of a few monopolies. ATT is a good example, they no longer want to sell residential and if you are living in one of their areas (I am) you can quickly tell that this statement is true. What will be the insentive to develop in small towns? Nothing if net neutrality is allowed to move forward, the elderly, the disadvantaged, rural, and consumers of all types will suffer.

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