David Kubicek

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Internet is Flat-Lining


This week a Federal court overturned the Federal Communication Commission’s Open Internet Order.

This means that now Internet Service Providers like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T can decide which websites you will be allowed to visit. They can slow down or block access to certain sites (read: smaller, poorer companies and bloggers), and they can speed up access to sites (read: large, well-funded companies) who can afford to pay hefty access fees.

Net neutrality isn’t dead yet, but it is very sick; the FCC can still reassert its authority over broadband.

To read more about this latest blow to a free internet, check out these articles by Craig Aaron

Net Neutrality is Dead–Here’s How to Get it Back

Does This Ruling Mean the End of the Internet? Maybe.

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3 thoughts on “Internet is Flat-Lining

  1. Thank you David. I would probably have been one of those wondering what the heck happened to my internet. Now at least I can holler about it. G. K.

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  2. Thanks for the info – will have to check this out… seems they will not be content until someone can try to control the net…

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