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The Net Neutrality Repeal Is Official. Here’s How That Could Affect You.

Well, you likely may not notice anything different this week when surfing the web.

But some rules governing the internet changed a lot.

Businesses providing internet service (like AT&T, Spectrum, etc.) are now permitted to block, slow down, or speed up access to some websites. They may also require companies, such as YouTube or Amazon, to pay to show users their videos, stories, or pictures faster.

Only time will tell how much our use of the internet will change.  It is forecasted that we may have to start paying a premium to have the speed needed to comfortably binge watch “Stranger Things.”

Below are a few resources we found while searching the internet (at our normal speed):

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[SOURCE:  https://datacenter.mayahtt.com/net-neutrality-means-data-centers/]


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[SOURCE:  https://medium.com/@alearningaday/why-you-should-care-about-net-neutrality-9d47995126a2]


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[SOURCE:  http://www.cm-life.com/article/2017/11/net-neutrality-editorial ]