This past week the Trump Administration announced it's plans to repeal rules that would stop providers from interfering in your internet access. This idea has been met with some concern by the public.
The chair of the Federal Communications Commission held a press conference saying that the government was going to "end 'heavy regulation' of the internet, by repealing laws that enforce net neutrality."
Without net neutrality, ISPs are able to block, slow, and restrict access to certain websites, and may charge customers a premium to remove the restrictions.
The World Wide Web took Twitter to express disdain and wage war with EPIC memes that are more troublesome than funny because they could be foreshadowing!
Get the picture? Call your Senators. Call your Congress. You can make a difference!
.@AjitPaiFCC and his goons at the FCC are bought and paid by powerful corporate interests that want to restrict your access to information and charge you through the nose for it. Call 202-418-1000 and tell them you oppose the repeal of #NetNeutrality! pic.twitter.com/96dVeIf4f6— Dan Casey (@DanCasey) November 22, 2017