1)If isps want to slow down a user's internet connection once he/she reaches his/her data cap, the lowest speed an isp should be legally able to slow a connection down to should be 128kbps. Currently users are slowed to anywhere between 30kbps to 64kbps, so some of these speeds are slower than dial up internet.
2)National traffic should not be counted towards a user's internet usage, so the data cap should only apply to international traffic.
3)All isps should be required to peer with each other.
4)No isp should be able to block any website for any reason. The law already allows people to be prosecuted for illegal content on a website and the law already allows for illegal websites to be shut down.
5)No isp or wireless carrier should be able to limit the speed of any protocol like bittorrent,p2p,voip, etc.
6)No isp should be able to block any ports,like port 25,etc.
7)Broadband should be defined by law as 128kbps so isps should only be able to call a product broadband if it offers the minimum speed of 128kbps.
8)All landline isps should have to continue to have equipment available to offer all their customers dial up internet until at least 2020 because many areas still do not have broadband and some isps may decide to get rid of their equipment that allows them to offer dial up internet.
9)Dial up internet should be defined by law as 56kbps so isps should only be able to call a product dial up if it offers the minimum speed of 56kbps.
10)If more than 5 households are on the waiting list for a port to connect to broadband to become available at the telephone exchange then a roadside cabinate should be installed in the area within 1 year.
11)All wireless carriers like Telecom, Vodafone, etc should not be able to charge more than 10 cents for a text message/mms(picture message) to any wireless national network and they should not be able to charge more than $1 a minute to call any wireless national network. Landline telcos already have to provide free local calling and I realise wireless carriers need to spend more money maintaining their networks, so I think a maximum price for text messages is reasonable.
12)Wireless carriers should never be able to charge people to receive an incoming call, text, or picture message.
13)Wireless carriers should not be able to charge more than 5 cents for 1Megabyte of downloaded/uploaded data.
14)All broadband isps should have to provide both fixed cost broadband and un-fixed cost broadband plans.
15)Landline broadband isps should not be allowed to charge more than $2 per Gigabyte of excess data after a person reaches his/her data cap.
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