There is a plot in the United States. A plot to bridle the Internet with restrictions that might bring the flow of data to a muddy, thick ebb that will be like wading through molasses. With Comcast and Time Warner leading the way (thanks to Verizon's law suit that shattered Net Neutrality), these companies are seeking to define the Internet as they see fit. This cannot be allowed to happen and we as the consumers must do something to stop them. The threat to small businesses like Train Horns Unlimited cannot be understated. These companies will have to pay more money every month just to allow us have a 'faster' connection to their site.
This is absolutely outrageous and we should be infuriated that they are seeking to decentralized the data of the web like this. They seek to forever change the Internet as we know it by dictating how it should be experienced. It is my hope that the FCC is willing to step in and deny them this ability or at the very least, change the fundamental rules of how the Internet is utilized in the United States by preserving it's state as a utility rather than just a service.
This would be a huge win for those of us seeking to safeguard Net Neutrality. It's an unfortunate fact that the cable industry is one of the most powerful lobbying groups in the country - they use the same money that we pay them to conspire against us. They use the profits that we help them reap to work against our interests. To me this is so beyond obscene that I can hardly see straight while I am writing this. I hope that their corrupt, archaic methods only serve to backfire on them while illuminating the depths of their vileness.