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what is net neutrality?
Net neutrality effects how content is delivered on the internet. Without regulation, internet service providers (ISP) are allowed to give higher priority access to certain sties.
Because of the strong history of internet traffic tracking, ISPs have vast quantities of data that they can use to determine which sites are valuable and make side deals with those sites.
The lack of a neutral internet means a difficulty for the underdog business to be noticed and causes the underdog consumer to pay more.
Wired has an in-depth guide if you'd like to learn more.