Finally that day has come, when after a lot of delays, the FCC’s repeal of Net Neutrality came into action. What does this mean exactly and what comes next? Expensive internet with limitations or a legal purgatory?
How is the world especially the US is reacting to this? Let’s find out:
#NetNeutrality was officially repealed today, which means internet service providers (ISPs) are no longer prohibited from slowing down, favoring, or blocking websites at will.
Are you for our against a bill that ensures net neutrality continues in Oklahoma?
— Rep. Mickey Dollens (@MickeyDollens) June 11, 2018
— ACLU (@ACLU) June 11, 2018
The @FCC’s deeply immoral repeal of #netneutrality goes into effect today. On behalf of working families who are tired of paying more for less, you can count on me to keep fighting this. pic.twitter.com/hWO3OA363N
— Keith Ellison (@keithellison) June 11, 2018
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) June 11, 2018
Despite the repeal of #NetNeutrality, we will not stop in our efforts to protect consumers & #SaveTheInternet. A free & open internet is simply to important to the future of our communities. pic.twitter.com/NrB9lLuRfX
— Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) June 11, 2018
Internet service providers shouldn’t be allowed to block, slow down, or manipulate consumers’ access to the internet. We must restore #NetNeutrality to keep the internet open and free.
— Dick Durbin (@DickDurbin) June 12, 2018
Trump’s repeal of #NetNeutrality goes into effect today. Remember that the fight isn’t over—keep raising your voices & urging your representatives in the House to vote to restore net neutrality & #SaveTheInternet pic.twitter.com/FVPUo47CX0
— Tammy Duckworth (@SenDuckworth) June 11, 2018
#NetNeutrality is just one piece of the puzzle…
Privatization, deregulation, voter suppression, attacks on unions: these policies are all connected by an uber-wealthy minority.
— Bonnie Castillo (@NNUBonnie) June 12, 2018
The repeal of #NetNeutrality rules goes into effect today, but this fight is not over. House Democrats are trying to gather support to force a vote to save Net Neutrality just like we did in the Senate.
Take action & demand your representative save the free & fair internet.
— Kamala Harris (@SenKamalaHarris) June 11, 2018
#NetNeutrality ended today helping big corporations & those with $$$ to pay, leaving everyone else behind. This is crazy. The Internet has always been the equalizer – equal opportunity for all. It’s not too late to fix this – the House can pass our resolution to #SaveTheInternet
— Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) June 11, 2018
The future of the internet is at stake. We need to maintain pressure on the @FCC’s #NetNeutrality repeal. I was proud to have vote against repeal last month. Now I urge my House colleagues to follow suit!
— Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) June 11, 2018
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