FCC votes to get rid of Net Neutrality

FCC announces vote to destroy net neutrality next month
The Federal Communications Commission will vote to put an end to its net neutrality rules next month, commission chairman Ajit Pai said today. The proposal will reverse the Title II classification of internet providers, which allows the agency to put strict limits on their behavior, and replace it with the old "information service" classification, which a federal court has ruled is less comprehensive, weakening any protections that might replace those currently in force.
Net neutrality is basically the freedom to communicate freely online.Companies like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon would be able to decide who is heard and who isn’t. They’d be able to block websites or content they don’t like or applications that compete with their own offerings. This makes me mad. This is the link to help against the FCC from taking it away: https://www.battleforthenet.com/ The final voting is on December 14th i think so we still have some time.
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