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Network neutrality (net neutrality) is a principle that asserts that governments and Internet service providers should not place restrictions on consumers' access to networks participating in the Internet. In general, net neutrality prevents restrictions on content, platforms, sites and equipment, and modes of communication.
Network neutrality may also be known as Internet neutrality.
Network neutrality deals with the three things: limited discrimination, non-discrimination and limited timing. For example, if two or more users share the same subscription level, then it is possible for them to use the Internet at same level of access.
The following are the major concerns of network neutrality: