Ending Net Neutrality a ‘Class Issue’ That Threatens Free Speech, Opportunity | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Ending Net Neutrality a ‘Class Issue’ That Threatens Free Speech, Opportunity

Ever since Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chair Ajit Pai revealed his plan last week to end net neutrality, a move that would allow broadband service providers to control what content consumers can access on the internet as early as January, millions of voices have erupted in protest and anger.

On Radio Sputnik's By Any Means Necessary, web designer and technologist Chris Garrafa discussed how rolling back net neutrality laws could affect independent websites and vulnerable populations in the US like low-income citizens, youth and people of color.

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