Net Neutrality Repeal

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  • On April 23, 2018, the FCC repealed Net neutrality for everyone in the US. Lets back up, what is net neutrality? Net neutrality is the principle that internet service providers should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, without favoring or blocking particular product of websites.
  • The FCC repealed Net Neutrality against the wishes of a majority of the people. A poll by Mozilla and Ipsos showed that 76% of american, 81% of them Democrats and 73% of republicans, wanted net neutrality to stay in effect.
  • Since its repeal, nothing has changed with the internet. But ISP's are smart they won't change the internet with all of this attention on net neutrality. They will wait to change the internet, block and throttle services that won't pay a premium.
  • Through the congressional review the house and senate can restore net neutrality and bring back the protection for the internet. Email you representatives so you can help protect net neutrality and prevent ISP's from throttling the internet.
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