• When it comes to multiplayer first-person shooters, few items are more controversial than the season pass.
  • After paying $59.99 for a base game, some companies expect you to pay up to $49.99 for upcoming additional content. Whether that extra content is worth it varies by game, but at least you have the option to play without it.
  • Now, imagine if instead of paying for extra content you had to pay your internet service provider for the privilege of just connecting to a server?
  • It may seem far-fetched, but if your ISP is no longer subject to Title II regulation, you can kiss net neutrality and the ability to access all of the web at one price freely goodbye. Read more (Opinion)

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