Do you really want your Internet to be like your old days cable TV?

"If we lose #NetNeutrality, we lose the internet as we know it" - The web's inventor Tim Berners-Lee

Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee responds to US net neutrality threat:
“When I invented the web, I didn’t have to ask anyone for permission, and neither did America’s successful internet entrepreneurs when they started their businesses. To reach its full potential, the internet must remain a permissionless space for creativity, innovation and free expression. In today’s world, companies can’t operate without internet, and access to it is controlled by just a few providers. The FCC’s announcements today suggest they want to step back and allow concentrated market players to pick winners and losers online. Their talk is all about getting more people connected, but what is the point if your ISP only lets you watch the movies they choose, just like the old days of cable?”

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