Today the Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on the Obama Era Net Neutrality rules. For those that do not know what that means, Net Neutrality is where access to information and services on the internet is free, provided you pay your internet service provider the monthly fee for service. With the repeal of Net Neutrality that means all the providers of content i.e. Google, Amazon, Netflix all can charge per service provided. That means that anytime you google something it could cost you $1.99. If you want to watch that series on Netflix it could cost $5.99 per episode or series. You want to shop online, every search could cost you $2.50. That's right, as well as paying for your monthly service with your ISP, you are also paying for each service or stop on your internet search. WHICH IS RIDICULOUS. So today the FCC is set to repeal this Obama Era Rule and we here at the show are on the edge of our seat waiting to see what happens. That will literally change everything we do on the internet. Don't be left in the dark, Stay up to date with this story by reading the facts here.
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