Monday, July 31, 2006

Never Neutral On Net Neutrality

Posted by codemorse

There's probably no issue more important to your daily lives as Net Neutrality. I'm very serious about that. Pay attention, because you'll regret not having made a phone call in a year or two if you don't.

If you don't know what Net Neutrality is, click THIS. It'll explain everything, especially the part about how if Net Neutrality doesn't pass, the internet as we know it will essentially cease to exist, and the freedom of content and freedom of access you currently enjoy will be significantly curtailed. Not for spooky, conspiriatorial reasons, but for plain-old, boring business reasons. Sites with higher traffic will ink exclusive deals with specific service providers, forcing you to choose between, say, MSN and their access to ESPN, Weather.com, CNN, and others, or AOL and their access to the NY Times, the Wall Street Journal, and iTunes.


Ted Stevens, the crazy-ass mofo from Alaska, is actually in charge of the debate on this thing, and as the Daily Show has hilariously and scarily noted, Stevens thinks this about the internet:



Well, Stevens is seeking cloture right now, which is not good news for Net Neutrality. Your voice is needed to call and request support for Net Neutrality, for the good of the American people.

Find everything you need to know HERE.

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