There’s A Protest For Net Neutrality In Williamsburg Thursday Night


Protesters plan to gather at the Verizon store on Bedford Avenue and 8th Street in Brooklyn to voice their displeasure over a proposed rule change that polices internet service providers.

The issue, commonly called “net neutrality,” has been in the national discussion for years, since it became official policy in 2015, under President Barack Obama. But a new president and a new FCC chairman, Ajit Pai, would like to scrap the rules that treat internet providers like utilities in the way they handle traffic.


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