Jan 22, 2020

Internet Freedom Day: This Year We Go to War for Net Neutrality | WIRED

This time of year is always the worst of times and best of times for internet freedom. And on this second annual Internet Freedom Day -- the anniversary of the successful SOPA/PIPA Blackout protest -- we need to keep fighting for network neutrality, especially since it turns out that the real problem isn’t the court’s decision ... but the FCC’s response to it. Here's the insider story.

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