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Pictured are demonstrators chanting and holding up signs during a net neutrality protest on Thursday, December 7Thursday's vote means that internet service providers will be able to control what users can access based on the amount they are paying.Providers will be able to charge a range of prices based on the type of content a website puts out.

3 size, and they did not hang out and stuck hemispheres chic with dark cherry nipples, which is now turned into a decent-sized beads.But that could be good for some lawmakers - as several states, such as South Dakota, Virginia and Utah, have declared porn a public health crisis.Additionally, many republican lawmakers think 'net neutrality' is improperly named, and say it's unnecessary government regulation.Trump's appointed FCC chairman Ajit Pai supported the repeal, and said it will keep the government from 'micromanaging the internet.'We are helping consumers and promoting competition.Broadband providers will have more incentive to build networks, especially to underserved areas.The FCC in 2015 approved rules, on a party-line vote, that made sure cable and phone companies don't manipulate traffic.

With them in place, a provider such as Comcast can't charge Netflix for a faster path to its customers, or block it or slow it down.

Internet companies such as Google have strongly backed net neutrality, but many tech firms have been more muted in their activism this year.

Netflix, which had been vocal in support of the rules in 2015, said in January that weaker net neutrality wouldn't hurt it because it's now too popular with users for broadband providers to interfere.

'No one in the porn industry ever yells 'slower, slower, slower." We're much more accustomed to "faster, faster, faster." Here at Pornhub we want to keep it that way.' And Alex Hawkins, a spokesperson for the porn website x Hamster, told Life Site News that ending net neutrality will align the US market with more conservative viewpoints on pornography and sexuality.

He thinks the repeal will favor a more 'heteronormative version of sexuality.' It is unlikely that the repeal will cause porn to disappear entirely, but it will probably cost more.

They say the regulations can undermine investment in broadband and introduced uncertainty about what were acceptable business practices.