Over 100,000 people spoke up, and lawmakers are listening. We now have a golden opportunity to enshrine the principles of the open Internet in law. Check this article out to see what's at stake.
Article by Adi Robertson for The Verge
The FCC has voted to accept Chairman Tom Wheeler's proposal for a new net neutrality framework, kicking off a longer rule-making process that will conclude in the next several months. And while the new proposal has been amended from an earlier, more controversial text, it leaves open the question of internet "fast lanes," an issue that many see as fundamentally undermining net neutrality.