http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2014/09/10/347157134/your-favorite-sites-will-slow-down-today-for-a-cause >The FCC is currently considering how to enact new rules after previous enforcement methods were struck down by a federal court in January. Advocates for the open Internet are pushing for reclassifying the Internet from Title I to Title II under the Telecommunications Act of 1996. According to the supporters of this measure, it would make the Internet more like a public utility and give the agency more authority to regulate the Web and enforce protections for net neutrality.
> Monday is the last day the public can weigh in on the process by submitting comments to the commission.
>>393546 I remember a similar case in Europe, or at least i France, where the local provider had tried to do that, then the European law told them to fuck off. Free (the irony) still stried to filter youtube for a while to "force" people to upgrade but it failed and they got spanked again. We are safe there from that shit for a while at least.
it's probably over, calling your representative and telling them you support classifying isps common carriers is the most you can really do, and who knows if they will even vote according to their constituency