Posted 2 years ago on April 11, 2019, 1:47 a.m. EST by elf3
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If we can not save such a basic foundation of free speech as Net Neutrality then all is lost for our democracy. That we are so used to having our freedoms filtered through the big lobby leaching fields and multinational conglomerates that we will so easily let go of this important fight says a lot about who we are as a nation. Will we so easily let go of one of the most profound information innovations the world has known, so some Verizon CEO or sharholders can have more yachts and more control of our government - or are we going to fight? This is one we can not let slide. We the people own the airways and Verizon just leases them. They belong to us. The RF Spectrum belongs to the people and access to it should not only be free and in the public domain (of course they won't ever let it) but insult to injury how dare they extort us and try to turn it into a shopping mall paved for the highest bidders and he who pays the most in rent. Any Senator who doesn't vote to return the Net Neutrality protections is not fit to serve this country - for they already kneel to their corporate master.