No more WiFi for you.
In 2 weeks, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will likely vote to eliminate net neutrality protections (yes, they have the votes). Net neutrality means your internet providers can’t game the system to give faster or slower internet connection to different companies. A repeal would mean that big internet providers could speed up access for businesses and consumers who can afford to pay more—creating a path toward information inequality and hurting low-income communities most. So this week, we’re diving into net neutrality and what we can do to save the internet as we know it.