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Pornhub has been one of the many websites to speak out against the FCC's repeal of net neutrality.The company joined a protest organized by Fight for the Future, freepress, and Demand Progress in July - calling the FCC's actions a 'threat to a free and open internet.' 'Without [net neutrality], the cable and wireless companies that control internet access will have unfair power to pick winners and losers in the market,' Pornhub's vice president Corey Price told Motherboard.

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Klikając lub nawigując w tej witrynie, wyrażasz zgodę na gromadzenie przez nas informacji na Facebooku i poza nim przy użyciu plików cookie.Online girls for xxx webcam chat without registration. Well...because we are CLEAN, SIMPLE, FUN, and most of all.... We have four total chat rooms to choose from: Adult, Gay, Kids, and Teen.The vote will likely reshape the multi-billion pornography industry in the coming years - as providers will have to pay more to allow viewers to keep watching for free, with little to no financial gain.This will impact consumers - a lot, as pornography is currently the number one online industry in the world.Net neutrality is the principle that internet providers treat all web traffic equally, and it's pretty much how the internet has worked since its creation.

But regulators, consumer advocates and internet companies were concerned about what broadband companies could do with their power as the pathway to the internet - blocking or slowing down apps that rival their own services, for example.

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.

'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.

This means that internet porn that was once free, or cheap, could get much more expensive.