The Federal Communication Commission will vote today on a Net Neutrality system that it may not have the right to enforce. Champions of the new regs say the point is to make sure the Internet keeps functioning like it has.
Are such rules necessary? And do we want the same folks who fine wardrobe malfunctions and fleeting expletives on broadast TV defining how the most-transformative communications technology in our lifetimes calling any of these shots.
Watch the video above for a primer on Net Neutrality and the case against it.
Then go to Reboot FCC, the government's official website, to watch the hearing live at 10.30AM ET.
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