F.C.C. Repeals Net Neutrality Rules

The FCC voted on Thursday to get rid of the rules regulating the businesses that connect people to the internet. Granting broadband companies the power to potentially charge Americans’ for their online activities. Without Net Neutrality companies could charge people for apps such as, Twitter: $14.99/month, Snapchat: $9.99/month, Youtube: $19.99/month etc. Although the FCC has already repealed the rules of Net Neutrality, Congress can still reverse the vote of the FCC. Urge your lawmakers to use a “resolution of disapproval” to overturn the FCC’s decision to dismantle the Net Neutrality rules. Or the Internet will soon be a vast network of paying for cat videos and paying month to month just to keep up with your Snap Chat streaks.


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