Net neutrality endangered
Federal Communications Commission’s Open Internet Order was struck by a US Court of Appeal in Washington early this month. FCC’s order says that service providers must treat all parts of the Internet equally and not favor any particular apps or websites by allowing them to load faster. In other word, Internet providers shouldn’t slow your connection down or charge you extra based on usage of the connection. FCC will most likely challenge this decision to ensure that these networks on which the Internet depends continue to provide a free and open platform for innovation and expression, and operate in the interest of all Americans.