The elimination of net neutrality does not mean that the internet will lose its innovation. The pace of loading at these so-called "slow digital lanes" are drastically overestimated. Information, web services, and streaming services placed here load at seconds or in some cases a minute or two slower than information placed in the fast lanes. Now, if these websites offered comparable or inferior quality services in relation to better, well-established websites offering the same content, then these websites won't succeed. However, if a completely innovative website is made available and it offers brand new content, then regardless of the slightly slower loading time, more people will use it. Eventually, such a website will be placed in the digital "fast lane". Eliminating net neutrality makes competition a little tougher but it does not eliminate innovation. Instead, it ensures that the most innovative and game-changing companies can succeed.