This Thursday the FCC will undertake a rules vote setting up Litigation to control internet traffic, the below is excerpted from Google,
"Today, the neutrality of the Internet is at stake as the broadband carriers want Congress's permission to determine what content gets to you first and fastest. Put simply, this would fundamentally alter the openness of the Internet."
The full Google view.
What do you think?
the first steps towards censorship. An "innocent" concession here, then what?
Is the FCC from America or China?
Just another indication of this administrations intentions.
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