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Week 2: Net Neutrality

Supported by over 83% of Americans, Net Neutrality is the principle that all internet traffic should be treated equal, regardless of its source. Or, put another way, you pay for connection to all of the internet, not just approved sites from your internet service provider. Companies like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T don't like Net Neutrality, because it limits their ability to create extra profits from both customers and content providers by creating fast and slow lanes. Imagine in the future having to buy access to websites like you do cable channels, instead of having all the internet at your disposal.

Net Neutrality was the law of the land, until Verizon lobbyist Ajit was put in charge of the FCC, and against mass public protest eliminated Title II common carrier status for internet service providers, thus killing Net Neutrality enforcement by FCC. It's clear these corporations and their toadies care nothing for American's desires, or their well-being.

To help us take back our democracy from amoral special interests, and greedy politicians: Don't Shop on Tuesdays!

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