Net neutrality

02/28/2014 6:44 PM

02/28/2014 6:45 PM

As a nation, freedom comes with sacrifice.

When corporate giants such as the big telecom companies can dictate who has faster service based on who gives tribute, like some mafia boss demanding a cut of the profits, all of our freedoms are in danger.

One rock that we Davids have in our slings to battle the Goliaths of big telecom is the FCC declaring the internet as a common carrier, ensuring that we continue to enjoy net neutrality.

— Richard Earl Johnson,

Fort Worth

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