Tell the FCC to defend ‘net neutrality’

Net neutrality is the principle that one site’s traffic is to be treated the same as any other site, no preference is to be given. Some carriers would prefer to charge more to provide “priority” to certain sites so those carriers have sought to overturn the FCC ruling guaranteeing net neutrality.
The FCC did not classify those internet carriers as “common carriers” so the ruling was adjudicated to not apply to them.
If net neutrality is abandoned then traffic from smaller sites with less clout is likely to be demoted to a lower speed. Those sites stand to be disenfranchised.
Do you really want to see messages only from those with the most money?
Or have to wait three times as long to read non-“MSM propaganda”?
https://www.aclu.org/secure/FCC_preserve_net_neutrality?ms=fb_share_49616

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