While I am a huge advocate for the eco-friendly alternatives to fossil fuels I am still able to recognize that the nonrenewable sources are still far more efficient than any green energy source. However, with the amount of dedication being put into renewable energy source research its inevitable that at some point such sources with surpass fossil fuels in terms of efficiency, all the while creating a healthier environment. But, should governments be investing in nonrenewable fuel sources that create blue collar jobs now, or should they look to the future and invest in green energy sources that will eventually replace the energy jobs of today? What do you think?
Dec 16, 2017
Net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers treat all data on the Internet the same. They don't charge differently based on user, content, website, and platform. Canada has allowed, to some extent, usage-based billing; Chile changed its law to preserve net neutrality, followed by the Netherlands and Slovenia. Opponents of net neutrality claim that regulations deter investment and flexibility in improving broadband infrastructure in a modern marketplace. Today, in the US, the FCC voted to repeal net neutrality. What are your thoughts on this decision? What are the implications and what do you believe will be the effects? Do you support or oppose net neutrality?