Let’s keep it that way.
"Let’s get to the bottom line," says Michael Hiltzik at the Los Angeles Times. “There’s no way this combination can conceivably be in the public interest.”
A federal appeals court just struck down the FCC’s Open Internet Order protecting net neutrality—which means that companies like Verizon can now block or slow different websites if they want to.
This is a big deal. Here’s why it matters, and what can be done about it, via Free Press