Inona no atao hoe tsy fiandaniana?

Mpankafy orinasa lehibe aho ary tsy dia teôlôgy amin'ny andro farany; na izany aza, Net Neutrality dia goavana amiko manokana. Ny fiainako manontolo sy ny fahafahako mamelona ny zanako dia miankina amin'ny fahaizan'ny asako mampiasa Internet, ny fahaizako mampiasa Internet… ary lasa zanaky ny zanako ihany koa izy io. Tsy manome safidy ny fialana amin'ny Internet amin'ny alàlan'ny lalana haingana sy miadana, fa handevina ny lalana miadana fotsiny. Midika izany fa hanjavona ny fahafahantsika, amin'ny maha bilaogera sy mpandraharaha orinasa kely antsika.

Mino aho fa hiteraka tsy fitomboan'ny harinkarena ary hanimba ny toekarentsika ary, avy eo, ny fidiram-bola. Sehatra mampatahotra io ary hanova ny fifandanjan'ny harena sy ny fahefana entin'ny Internet amin'ny feo kely - ary hamerina azy eo am-pelatanan'ireo manam-bola - toa ny nitranga tamin'ny gazety, mozika, radio ary fahita lavitra.

Tena tsy tokony hiasa amin'ny fanamboarana zavatra izay tsy vaky fotsiny ianao… fa manova ny tontolo iainantsika ary manokatra toekarena sy orinasa vaovao isaky ny segondra.

Misy mahatsikaiky ihany koa eto. Orinasa toy ny Akamai efa manampy ny orinasa 'hanafaingana' ny fandefasana atiny amin'ny Internet:

Ny Akamai EdgePlatform dia misy mpizara 20,000 napetraka any amin'ny firenena 71 manara-maso tsy tapaka ny Internet? fifamoivoizana, toerana misy olana ary toe-javatra ankapobeny. Ampiasainay izany fampahalalana izany mba hanatsarana ny zotram-pahalalana ary hamerina ny atiny ho amin'ny fandefasana haingana sy azo antoka kokoa. Rehefa mitantana ny 20% amin'ny fivezivezena amin'ny Internet tanteraka i Akamai anio, ny fomba fijerinay ny Internet no noheverina ho feno sy mavitrika indrindra na aiza na aiza.

Vao haingana izahay no nanomboka nampiasa Akamai tamin'ny asanay ary fanatsarana tarehimarika indroa miantoana amin'ny valin-kafatra ataonay erak'izao tontolo izao… amin'ny toerana sasany hatramin'ny 80%. Mazava ho azy fa teknolojia tsy zakan'ny orinasa madinidinika izany; na izany aza, orinasa ao aminy irery izany. Ka tsy mila ireny 'laneaux fast' vaovao ireny fotsiny isika, fa efa manana vahaolana manampy ny orinasa lehibe amin'ny fandefasana votoaty haingana kokoa. Ka maninona no mbola miresaka an'izany isika?

Manaova sonia ny fanangonan-tsonia ary manome ho Tehirizo ny 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, rehetra 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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