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VPN can assist you with net neutrality
Net neutrality initiates a practice where all the sites, be it a big one or a small one should be treated neutral(equal). Lately with the decision given by Federal Communication Commission(FCC) it has been clear that net neutrality will be annulled. Without net neutrality ISPs(Internet Service Provider) would gain a significant control over the internet. What you as an end user wishes to browse will be under their control. With this effect, small scale companies might never win the race against giant corporations, who would pay more for faster accessibility of their sites to the ISPs. So the giant companies would buy themselves a pass and would make their way through fast lanes. Now as these giant corporations have to pay heavy duties to ISPs they will increase their cost for subscriptions which in turn will affect the end user. So it all comes back to you.
VPNShazam can indeed help you with net neutrality. When you connect to our network you gain cyber freedom i.e.; you can unblock all censored websites and bypass the ISP and governments restrictions from your home country. So once you are connected to our VPN, ISPs will not get a hint of the websites you are browsing. All they could see is just that you are connected to a VPN. If ISPs can’t observe which sites you are browsing then there is no question of blocking or throttling of sites. Even though slowing VPN is possible theoretically for ISPs, it is accompanied with a large number of challenges technically. Another way is to throttle VPN traffic completely but that would make many corporate customers unhappy who use VPN’s for their daily work. Also VPNShazam with its 700+ servers has a vast number of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses which would force ISPs to maintain a long list of servers to block, which is also a tedious task.
At last for the comfort of end users VPNShazam is trying to protect net neutrality with its services.