The Internet is getting more and more important to the way we live our lives, as we’re increasingly relying on it to stay connected to each other and connect to our communities.
Now, we’re getting a taste of what to expect when the next major round of FCC net neutrality rules kicks in.
The FCC has just approved new rules that will allow Internet service providers to block or slow traffic from certain websites and websites that are paid to be there, like the popular Reddit and other sites like Netflix.
But the rules will also force Internet service operators to make sure that they don’t block content they don’T like or discriminate against sites that are perceived to be violating their policies.
The rule will likely be the biggest internet policy win in recent memory.
What do you think about the FCC’s net neutrality changes?
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