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    Net Neutrality is YOUR Problem

    I don’t mean to sound bleak, but there’s a nonzero chance that this post will be my last post to this site. Why? Because at the time of writing this, the FCC’s vote to repeal the Title II classification that was appointed to the internet under the Obama administration is only a few days away. In just a few days, Ajit Pai and the 4 other commissioners of the FCC will likely vote 3-2 in favor of repealing Net Neutrality (henceforth NN, I'm lazy sue me).
    I don’t mean to sound bleak, but there’s a nonzero chance that this post will be my last post to this site. Why? Because at the time of writing this, the FCC’s vote to repeal the Title II classification that was appointed to the internet under the Obama administration is only a few days away. In just a few days, Ajit Pai and the 4 other commissioners of the FCC will likely vote 3-2 in favor of repealing Net Neutrality (henceforth NN, I'm lazy sue me).

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    Net Neutrality is YOUR Problem

    I haven’t heard a single convincing argument for the repeal of NN. In fact, I haven’t heard a single argument that hasn’t been thoroughly debunked in favor of the repeal of NN. Just a quick recap of some of the arguments:

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    Net Neutrality is YOUR Problem


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    Net Neutrality is YOUR Problem

    I could go on (and have gone ontwice) but I won’t here. I do want to address one sentiment that I have heard several times; the "Net Neutrality repeal won’t really affect me" argument. This is patently false unless you’re a hermit in the mountains with no contact to the outside world, and it’s simply not possible for an isolated hermit to be reading this. So, within rounding error, the repeal of NN will detriment the internet-ing experience of 100% of American citizens. Everyone will see the ill-effects of the corporate structuring of the internet. Let’s take a look at how.

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    Net Neutrality is YOUR Problem

    (Quick note: I’m gonna be picking on Comcast for this argument. I chose Comcast mostly because they’re the biggest ISP in America, but for another pretty major reason that you’ll see in a bit. Strap in, ladies and gents.)

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