What the repeal also does
is require ISP that do throttle bandwidth to say what sites they are throttling
if for example, Comcast started to throttle YouTube
wouldn’t its competition salivate on that opportunity?
wouldn’t new companies be made to fulfill a local that is being under serviced?
Also, I stated in the article
The change will remove the FCC’s responsibility as a regulatory body of internet providers and move the responsibility of preventing anti-competitive behavior to the Federal Trade Commission.
……..so its not as if its the wild wild west and the ISP can run all over, they are still held to the laws set by the FTC