By Mike Frash //
The way the internet works is about to fundamentally change, unless companies, organizations and people continue to band together in a populist uprising to take on Big Cable. If the Telecom behemoths have their way, the wild, weird open web as we know it is dead.
So how might the death of net neutrality effect the way we consume digital music?
The second battle over Net Neutrality is heating up, and we the people are losing. A major blow to Net Neutrality went down last week when a three judge panel unanimously agreed with Verizon’s appeal to 2011 Net Neutrality regulations that “the FCC did not have the legal authority to enact…”
Within a day, a grassroots conglomeration of 76 major websites and thousands of others organized by Battle For The Net joined forces on September 10th for “Internet Slowdown Day”, building a campaign of awareness…
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