What will the future internet look like? Will it be pro-consumers and content creators? Or will it be pro-internet service providers like Time Warner Cable? That’s what’s at stake now that Verizon has sued the FCC over the Open Internet Order, the regulations that seek to maintain “net neutrality.” This critical case, and the principles behind net neutrality, are extremely important to the freedom on the Internet, yet they are often underreported and misunderstood. http://mm4a.org/1aYnGvU

What will the future internet look like? Will it be pro-consumers and content creators? Or will it be pro-internet service providers like Time Warner Cable? 

That’s what’s at stake now that Verizon has sued the FCC over the Open Internet Order, the regulations that seek to maintain “net neutrality.” 

This critical case, and the principles behind net neutrality, are extremely important to the freedom on the Internet, yet they are often underreported and misunderstood. http://mm4a.org/1aYnGvU