The principle that Internet service providers(ISPs) should provide equitable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, without favoring or blocking any particular products, services, or websites.
Consider having to pay a “premium” to receive standard internet speeds for certain websites.
Maybe our site has to start paying money just so people can access it at more than 2 mbps.
You might have to start paying more money to simply buffer 1080p YouTube videos at a reasonable rate.
In 2010, the FCC took steps to make sure that the internet was not be touched by all of our ISPs.
Today, the FCC is looking to make sure that the legislation that protects us, Title 2, goes away.
This is where the day of Internet freedom comes from. (Today, July 12th) To tell our congress and the FCC that we will NOT spend more money for worse connection.
This is an issue that affects every American that reads this post, and I beg you to click the links below. Inform yourself about this issue. Maybe watch some of the online skits.
I am for team Internet
This video is a much better explanation:
Go do something about this, while you can still click on links.