If you’ve paid attention to the news or social media over the past few months, you’ve no doubt heard about the Federal Communications Commission’s December 14th vote on Net Neutrality. As we’ve seen an uptick in our customer’s curiosity over where PTC stands on this issue, we thought it important to make our plans known.
We will continue to operate as we did before Title II Internet regulations took effect two years ago, which is to say we do not practice any discrimination of any websites, streaming services or voice applications that may compete with any services we provide. We also do not throttle or block consumer access to any lawful Internet content that is consistent with our acceptable use policy. We don’t speed up or slow down access to individual websites in exchange for compensation and we don’t share your personal Internet usage data with any third parties.
We will continue to invest in equipment and infrastructure in our communities in an effort to provide the best Internet experience possible for our customers. We understand you may have been alarmed by some of the articles floating around about this topic and we want to assure you that we are not planning on changing any of our policies or plans on this topic.