When you give your hard earned money to a company in return for a “service”,
you in essence vote with your wallet to condone their policies, and ideologies.
why give a company like this any more money when they are so blantantly disrespecting your rights?
Copowi is an ISP that claims to guarantee net neutrality.
Either way, a company that makes a point to stand behind a worthy cause and even make it part of their business model should not be overlooked. I applaud them for at least making ethical standards both a feature and a product. They even give each user a copy of Ubuntu too.
Would I pay a company more for a service if I believed in their cause? Yes.
I’d love for a company like this to succeed, and prove that there’s money to be made in the promotion of good.
As the iPhone endorphins begin to wear off, many of my Apple-following friends have asked me if the “AT&T spying thing” is real.
Well, don’t take my word for it. Maybe you’d rather believe PBS?
Or, you can just take AT&T’s word for it….I’m sure if they could tell you the truth, they would.
Are these the kind of people you want to give your hard earned money to?