Save the Internet!
Unfortunately, the concept of net neutrality may not be around much longer, according to a New Yorker article by James Surowiecki. He writes,
In the future, Web sites that pay extra to providers could receive what BellSouth recently called "special treatment," and those that don’t could end up in the slow lane. One day, BellSouth customers may find that, say, NBC.com loads a lot faster than YouTube.com, and that the sites BellSouth favors just seem to run more smoothly. Tiered access will turn the providers into Internet gatekeepers.Luckily, there is still something you can do to save net neutrality. Voicing your concerns to Congress is only a few clicks away.