FCC Aims to Violate 1st Amendment Rights of ISPs

Yes, it’s true. Major ISPs in the US (such as Comcast, Time Warner, AT&T, and Verizon) claim that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) aims to violate their First Amendment rights to make a profit because the FCC advocates Network Neutrality — the freedom from restrictions of information on the Internet, such as the speed of service to certain sites or access to online content, applications, services, and data.

Without excellent (and free) video phone service from Skype, I wouldn’t have been able to celebrate Christmas with my family this year. Net Neutrality will prove to be a vital force in the future not only for how we interact but for how we do business and how we are able to access knowledge. Join companies like Google and Microsoft in supporting Net Neutrality.

Matt Weldonhttps://www.nthword.com/
I am an experienced writer and editor. I have been writing about real estate for 20 years, most recently as a columnist for the Los Angeles Times. My work has appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Daily Variety, the Los Angeles Times, and a host of regional and national newspapers and magazines. I started writing for the Times in 2002 and developed and wrote The On The Market column for their Business Section. In 2008, I began to write the My Favorite Room column exclusively on our Home section website's blog since then.

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