A quick reminder.
What is net neutrality? It’s the idea that no bit of data on the Internet highways and byways is more privileged than the next. The ACLU puts it this way: it’s what makes the Internet “a place where you can always access any lawful content you want, and where the folks delivering that content can’t play favorites because they disagree with the message being delivered or want to charge more money for faster delivery” — the way companies like Comcast or Verizon would like to do.
For his part, John Oliver (“Last Week Tonight”) puts it this way:
The decision is just a month away now, and cable companies are putting big pressure on Congress to intervene and direct the FCC to make the decision they’d like. So the Internet wing of the civil liberties community — Fight for the Future, EFF, DemandProgress, and other groups — are banding…
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