The Internet Must Go is a video mockumentary which follows the character John Wooley, a market researcher who tries to come up with a plan for how internet service providers can try to market what internet access would look like without network neutrality protections.
The concept is that big internet providers cannot prioritize websites or any other online services over others, treating all online content equally. Keeping the internet open is important for future economic growth and free speech online. Current rules prevent powerful corporations from paying ISP’s for a preferential “fast lane” service, while startups, small entrepreneurs, bloggers and anyone else online who could not afford a preferential service would be stuck in the “slow lane”.
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