Burger King has come up  with an imaginative way to explain net neutrality.  People ordering a Whopper get served based on how much they have paid for the sandwich.  Those served right away pay $26 for their meal.  Those made to wait pay the regular price.  It’s funny but descriptive of what might happen when net neutrality is rescinded.  The scenario is not exactly accurate.  In order to reach higher speeds on the Internet, ISP’s have to install new equipment and in some cases, new wires to the home.  There is an expense that is left out of Burger King’s argument.  Still, it is amusing to see the growing annoyance on the part of burger customers as they are told to wait while others go before them.  It’s a powerful, but flawed, argument, for net neutrality.

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