You've probably heard about net-neutrality. The topic usually includes opinions either strongly for or strongly against. Usually if you ask several people what net-neutrality means you will get several different answers. Strong opponents of net-neutrality are frustrated because some Internet service providers (ISPs) will use various tactics to show preference to certain internet traffic over other traffic. This is usually done to block or limit competition. It may also be done to generate additional revenue from their subscribers. They will slow down connections based upon specific sites a person may visit. They will prefer certain connected devices over another. They may block certain ports or services for their customers. They may sell personal data and specific traffic pattern information to third party entities.
QCOL's Transparency Disclosure guarantees that net-neutrality is what we are made of. See below: