The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is on course to change the lives of everyone who uses the internet — and that’s a whole lot of people, most likely including you.
The FCC has set December 14 as the date for a vote on repealing the principle of “net neutrality” that now governs the internet and replacing it with an order called “Restoring Internet Freedom.”
Note to the FCC: we have a free internet now. It doesn’t need to be restored.
Under net neutrality, Internet Service Providers (ISP)s could not discriminate against legal content.