Apa sing netralitas net?

Aku seneng bisnis gedhe lan aku dudu ahli teori kiamat; Nanging, Neutrality Net iku penting kanggo aku dhewe. Kabeh umur lan kemampuan kanggo nyengkuyung anak gumantung karo katrampilan kanggo nggunakake Internet, kemampuan nggunakake Internet… lan bakal dadi anakku uga. Daging Internet kanthi jalur sing cepet lan alon ora bisa dipilih, mula sejatine mung bakal ngubur dalan alon. Iki tegese kemampuan kita, minangka blogger lan wirausaha cilik, bakal ilang.

Aku percaya yen bakal ngasilake ekonomi sing luwih sithik lan pungkasane bakal ngrusak ekonomi kita, lan uga, ngasilake pajak. Skenario sing medeni banget lan bakal ngowahi keseimbangan kekayaan lan kekuwatan sing diwenehake Internet kanthi swara cilik - lan bali menyang tangane wong sing duwe dhuwit - kaya kedadeyan ing koran, musik, radio, lan televisi.

Sampeyan pancen ora kudu ngupayakake mbenakake perkara sing ora mung ora rusak… nanging uga ngganti donya sing kita urip lan mbukak ekonomi lan bisnis anyar saben detik.

Ana uga ironi ing kene. Bisnis kayata Akamai wis mbantu bisnis supaya 'nyepetake' pangiriman konten ing internet:

Akamai EdgePlatform kalebu 20,000 server sing dikirim ing 71 negara sing terus ngawasi Internet? lalu lintas, masalah lan kahanan umum. Kita nggunakake informasi kasebut kanggo ngoptimalake rute kanthi cerdas lan niru konten supaya bisa luwih cepet lan luwih dipercaya. Nalika Akamai ngatasi 20% total lalu lintas Internet saiki, tampilan Internet minangka koleksi paling lengkap lan dinamis ing endi wae.

Bubar nggunakake Akamai ing karya lan dandan kaping pindho kanggo nanggepi aplikasi ing saindenging jagad ... ing sawetara panggonan nganti 80%. Iki mesthine minangka teknologi sing ora larang kanggo bisnis cilik; Nanging, iku bisnis ing awake dhewe. Dadi, kita ora mung butuh 'jalur cepat' anyar iki, nanging kita uga duwe solusi sing bisa mbantu bisnis gedhe kanggo ngirim konten sing luwih cepet. Dadi, kenapa kita isih ngomong babagan iki?

Mlebu petisi lan nyumbang menyang Simpen Internet.

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    The folks that own the main thoroughfares of the Internet would like to create two paths for traffic. One path (as it is now) would be a normal internet routing. Another path; however, could be a path where the telecoms could charge for faster, better bandwidth for paying customers.

    The idea behind it is that legitimate businesses could pay for improved delivery of their content to you or me. This way they don’t have to worry about getting traffic through existing traffic. If you hit Google for instance, and they are paying for the increased bandwidth, their website would be able to load much faster.

    On paper, it sounds great. However, the result would most likely be catastrophic. There would be no incentive for these companies to improve the overall performance and infrastructure of the Internet for you and me. In fact, quite the opposite would be true. If they let the ‘normal’ pathways of the Internet drop in performance, it would attract more business for the ‘business’ pathways.

    Currently, if Verizon or AT&T or Comcast improves their network and bandwidth, Kabeh sees the improvement. That’s the ‘neutral’ in Net Neutrality. Folks like me would like to keep it that way. If these guys build a faster, better network that you have to pay into, you and I will be out of business. People won’t bother coming to our sites because it will simply be too slow.

    At the root of my concern is that, although, these companies are investing heavily in the Internet – they did not create it. It was U.S. taxpayer money that got the Internet off the ground… we shouldn’t be left behind!

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    Is this specific to the US or something all over. But, I guess since most of us non-US citizens have sites hosted in the US, it effects us a great deal.

    Going to blog about it. Thanks 🙂

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      It could happen anywhere, but if it happens in the U.S., the effects would definitely ripple well beyond. Other countries’ big businesses would most likely climb on the bandwagon as well, since that would be the infrastructure that would support reaching the most people. L’il ol’ folks like you and me would be forced to fork up some money or get left in the dirt.

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