Net Neutrality Is Dead, The Social Web Is Bummed [Twitter Reacts]


So, Net Neutrality may not be getting the coverage “Bridgegate” in New Jersey and New York gets, even though it may mean blocking of lanes to the social web — and the rest of the internet at large.

The Net Neutrality ruling allows for the effects of provider control on user experience, but reads in part:

“Without broadband provider market power, consumers, of course, have options … They can go to another broadband provider if they want to reach particular edge providers or if their connections to particular edge providers have been degraded.”

Over on Twitter, sad internet freedom advocates were sad over the ruling:

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