Who should decide what you can and can’t see on the internet?
Today is “Net Neutrality Day.” Organizations and individuals all over America are speaking out against the FCC’s plans to reverse regulations protecting net neutrality. I was planning to write a whole post on this subject. It’s nothing short of an assault on the free and fair exchange of information.
But a picture is worth a thousand words, and the EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) has one that brings it home in a way that nothing I can say ever would. Please, won’t you take two seconds to see the image?