Net neutrality was repealed one year ago and one critics says it has created real issues for consumers.

Net neutrality was repealed one year ago and one critic say it has created real issues for consumers. One legal expert says the decision has created three big issues for consumers, competition, and safety. Three examples demonstrate these issues: a California fire department instrumental to fighting last year’s wildfires saw Verizon throttle back its broadband, saying it would have to pay double or make do with lower throughput during the crisis, a clear threat to public safety. Second, mobile carriers sold the precise location data of customers to data brokers who sold it to bounty hunters - people paid to search for people in vulnerable circumstances like girlfriends, kids, etc. Third, Frontier Communications told a customer who purchased his own router that he would pay a $10 monthly rental fee anyways. The FCC refused to get involved when they received the complaint. The Verge