That CD With 1600 Free Hours of AOL Has To Be Around Here Somewhere
As promised, FCC Chair and former Verizon executive Ajit Pai is working to get rid of net neutrality.
That really important and unfortunately-named rule protects the principle of an open internet, ensuring that all traffic is treated equally.
If it's reversed, internet service providers could create fast and slow lanes. Which lane can you afford?
How to help fulfill John Oliver's every wish
Check out John Oliver's hilarious new primer on protecting net neutrality, including the GoFCCYourself.com comment link.
But an even easier way to file a comment with the FCC (which swears that commenters have nothing to do with the fact that its website keeps crashing) is at DearFCC.org.
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