Net Neutrality Statement
On December 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission voted to undo “net neutrality” rules that were implemented in 2015. This change has caused much interest and excitement in the media and online. However, at Hood Canal Communications it’s business as usual. The company agrees that consumers should have unfettered access to the content on the Internet and consumer privacy should be protected by ISPs.
Additionally, Hood Canal Communications adheres to the following:
- HCC doesn’t block or throttle consumer access to lawful content online.
- HCC doesn’t share consumer data for any reason, including but not limited to marketing or resale to third parties, except when required by court order.
- HCC doesn’t engage in unlawful or anticompetitive discrimination against websites, streaming services, and voice applications regardless if they compete with products offered by HCC, nor does the company offer pay-for-priority services.
- HCC continues to invest in its network to meet the customers’ needs for internet speeds, capacity and services.