Pop Culture Dives Into the Repeal of Net Neutrality to Help Bring Awareness to the Unfair Treatment of Consumers
Burger King is taking over the Internet with the best advertisement of the decade with ‘Whopper Neutrality.’
Bud Light has come up with a simplistic ad recently with the phrase ‘Dilly Dilly, but Burger King has created an intelligent metaphor for the repeal of Net Neutrality. Both ads resonate with audiences, but I find the Burger King ad to provide depth and meaning, along with excellent product placement of their brand.
The F.C.C. recently voted to repeal the regulations of Net Neutrality. This extremely poor decision was spearheaded by the chairman of the F.C.C. Ajit Pai.
Burger King’s ad helps explain how the regulations have helped protect consumers from thoughtless Internet Service Providers.
Not all of the the major Internet providers want the repeal of Net Neutrality though. Recently, AT&T released a statement in favor of providing regulations for an open Internet.
AT&T is committed to an open Internet. We don’t block websites. We don’t censor content. And we don’t throttle, discriminate, or degrade network performance based on content. Period. – AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson
After seeing that statement, I am in total support for AT&T and their company.
If Verizon and Comcast want to keep customers, they better take the lead from AT&T, or they will potentially lose a large amount of business.
Watch over the Burger King ad to gain a better understanding of Net Neutrality on YouTube.