Net Neutrality: It's Kind of a Big Deal

Try this satirical video to better understand the issue:

“Net Neutrality” is a phrase getting a lot of media attention lately. Internet access is currently a service by which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) charge flat rates regardless of what websites customers visit. Recent media attention surrounds a controversial judgment in a case that involved the FCC. This court ruling could result in ISPs charging customers more money to access sites created by companies with whom they are not affiliated. This would threaten the idea of the Internet being "neutral." ISPs would no longer serve as a utility company, but they could instead force people to make decisions about what websites they visit based on what they can afford. Try the first 5-10 minutes of the video....what do you think of this issue??

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