YOU Need To Fight For An Open Internet, And Net Neutrality

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There is less than 24 hours left for you to share your opinion on Net Neutrality with the FCC and hopefully persuade them to leave it be. Whether you are from the United States or not, it is important you help spread the word because it could affect you too.

If you have family over in the US, you may struggle to have a proper conversation over the internet because there bandwidth has been ‘speed bumped’ by internet service providers. If you are starting up a company, you may have to dish out extra cash to ensure your site can be accessed by people in the US at a reasonable speed, or risk losing out on one of the biggest markets.

For more information, watch the video below and share it with your family & friends. Tell them what it means to you, them, and everyone else.

You can share you feelings with the FCC on their site, or via the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s tool.

Don’t sit back and think someone else will do it, because the more people that get involved, the better chances we have of protecting the future of the internet.

– Callum

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Callum Goss

Callum Goss is a current BTEC IT student who rarely talks about himself in third-person, loves games, tweets about random shizz, and believed he had invented the word ‘shizz’ until he Googled it.

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