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[–] greycloud 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I think this will lead to more competition in the ISP market. I expect small companies that operate similar to T-Mobile to pop up, where they lease bandwidth and wire use from other providers to provide a different service. the same line is used by multiple ISP's. one actually owns the wires and leases to others. one charges customers more but doesn't sell data, another charges less but sells data. you pay for privacy. keep in mind though that it is possible that you run 2 VPN's and connect to VPN A to VPN B to internet, and then what does your data look like? not super useful for selling. so perhaps we will simply see a whole lot more VPN's popping up.

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[–] jrfg1743 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I think this will lead to more competition in the ISP market.

what a joke. i live in my states capital downtown and my only two isp choices just merged into one company!!! we also have a law in this state that isps can block other companies from using their infrastructure,locking out any small isp providers from the city