Friday, June 12, 2015

Another Victory for Net Neutrality

The broadcasting/broadband giants tried one last time to block the new FCC rule of Net Neutrality (which is something that anyone with a brain is in favor of) from being enacted, but the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington said no.

That means Net Neutrality begins today!

How will that change the internet? It won't change it in the slightest. That was the whole point.

Opponents of Net Neutrality (the broadband giants and the Republicans they pay to say what they want them to say) will now say that innovation will be stifled. The only innovation that will be stifled is the innovative new way they wanted to gouge you.

Of course, this battle will never truly be over. You can bet they will take this all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary. They really, really, really want to gouge you.