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Netflix Just Posted A Response To The End Of Net Neutrality—And We Agree Completely 😡

By Collin Gossel

On Thursday, December 14, the Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to repeal Obama-era net neutrality laws. Many tech companies, such as Google and Twitter, have denounced the government's choice the end the protections, which ensures all data is treated equally by internet service providers, regardless of the source. With the regulations repealed, ISPs can charge more for faster download speeds from certain sites, or filter content they don't like.

After the FCC's vote, online movie streaming giant Netflix spoke out against the change:

Netflix is standing up to what they see as unjust: