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Steven Crowder: Why Do Big Corporations Support Net Neutrality?

After the FCC voted to strip away Obama-era internet regulations — the left went absolutely insane, suggesting the internet as we known it would soon become a corporate hellscape in the void of federal government restrictions.

Of course, this doomsday scenario for the world wide web has not and likely will never come to pass, and CRTV’s Steven Crowder explains exactly why in the video below.

The following upload is a bit different from Crowder’s other material. Understanding that net neutrality is a lot more complicated than other contemporary topics in the news right now, Crowder does a great job presenting both sides of the argument — even suggesting the left’s concerns about the new rules aren’t entirely unfounded.

Reports on net neutrality have come almost exclusively from a leftist perspective — that leveling the playing field is the only thing keeping the internet from becoming a digital Wild West. But as Crowder points out, the largest supporters of net neutrality also appear to be the most powerful tech companies in the world.

Are these corporations opposing the FCC’s changes simply to save face with their progressive users, or is there an ulterior motive they don’t want us to know about? Find out in the video below.

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