Appeals court upholds Net Neutrality rules

Read This Article on NPR.org about the U.S. federal appeals court judge who sided with consumers in the Net Neutrality case recently. Net Neutrality is the set of rules that say that Internet Service Providers like Comcast and Suddenlink aren’t allowed to double-charge business for internet access, or slow down or speed up content delivery depending on the content or the provider. This is a great thing for internet users across America! Of course, ISP’s will keep fighting to expand their control, and grow their profits, so this issue is heading to the Supreme Court next, but for now our internet connections are safe.