I would like to say i am happy to live in this day and age. what most may not know is that just untill 2009, fetishism and sadomasochism was considered mental illness here in Sweden, i don't know how it was and is in other countries, and if we look at Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Trans&Intergender, those too were considered mental illness until just a few years ago. we still fight for human rights for GLBTI-people to be taken seriously.
what does this have to do with net neutrality. I don´t know, really. this is just my thoughts on the matter.
The fact that the net is open for all, neutral, made it possible for like-minded people to gather, for people like me to find the information and answers we were looking for, websites where people like me can feel accepted.
If you could take a few minutes to read this, and spread it, please do.
correct me if i am wrong, what the FCC wants to open up the door for, if i understood it correct, making it possible for the ones who pay the most to get the best, or in some darker speculations, pay to slow down unwanted websites.
In itself, i don't know if it can do that much damage, but it all comes down to who runs The US of A, The ones with the deepest pockets.
Lets say someone with very strict, religious, conservative beliefs could pay to slow down traffic to what they belive is bad.
Should we be worried?