When you log into your computer or phone on a daily basis, it's almost second nature for you to connect to the internet. You expect for this to happen since you paid for this service. You know that since you paid your cable or phone bill, you are entitled to full internet access.
#NetNeutrality in a sense puts us in control of what we see on the internet. It's the basic principle impressed upon the FCC (Federal Communication Commission) that prohibits them from slowing down, speeding up, blocking any content, apps, or websites for our use.
Did you know that all companies listed about will now have full access to charging you for extra data to gain access internet content? Same thing for apps as well for all my Netflix, Pandora, Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal users. #NetNeutrality
2. Downfall for Small Business: Small businesses in general but in this case black small business would not be able to compete on a internet without Net Neutrality. With larger corporations now in charge of approving and denying internet content, they can overshadow S Businesses.
In turn, economic disparities within our community with deepen even more. It's critical that small businesses have full, free access to the internet to create a market, advertise and sell their products. They deserve to reach more customers too.
4. Censorship: Political views that may be contrary to what our country or Trump's administration believes may be blocked from the internet. If you are against our government, we may not even be able to hear your voice anymore. (Pay attention: Black people) #NetNeutrality
Without net neutrality, companies could block speech and prevent us from freely speaking online. In sum, blacks would lose their voices and Social Activism will cease to exist. I.E. no more #blacklivesmatter#NetNeutrality
What can we do now? FCC Chairman will vote December 14th on his Net-Neutrality killing plan. It's vital for the future of the internet to vote and spread this thread. In 2 days, the face of our country will change as we know it. The internet will become a commodity over necessity