Saturday, July 14, 2007

Thomas Paine's paradise

The Internet, as it is, is the great equalizer. Each of us has not only the ability to speak our opinions in blogs as accessible as any Big Media page, but our sites also come through the Internet just as fast.

That would change if multinational communication corporations get their way with the FCC and start charging tolls for each page on the Internet highway. We have only until Monday to protest an FCC move to give the Internet to Big Brother. It won't affect just Americans either. The shot needs to be hear around the world, again.

What is "net neutrality"? It's demystified here.

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