"ISPs should not be able to engage in any sort of f*ckery that limits or manipulates the choices you make online."
The Senate is close to a vote on reversing the Net Neutrality repeal.
Democratic Sen. Edward Markey testified on videotape today at the Massachusetts Statehouse articulating the potential consequences of the December order by the FCC that repealed the Obama-era net neutrality rules. The rule barred internet providers like Comcast, AT&T and Verizon from slowing or blocking customer access to apps and websites sites or from favoring their own
Others states are instituting Gubernatorial Executive Orders that refuse to work with companies that do not honor the prior net neutrality policy. New Jersey, New York and Montana have signed such measures.