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Keep FightingLike my pal said here its not over.
Today the FCC voted on whether they wanted to continue with their plan to end Net Neutrality however, this is FAR from over. This is just the FCC's vote. They still have to face Congress, where even more Republicans are starting to turn against them. And then they have to face the Supreme Courts, as there is no way this anti-Net Neutrality plan won't be taken up in court its too horrible of an issue to just let go.
Don't give up hope. The FCC wants us to think this is it, because that means we loose morale and stop making our voices heard. That means we stop talking to Congress and in the end makes it easier for them to argue their anti-Net Neutrality plan. Giving up makes it harder for Net Neutrality to win, keep going on.
So this does not mean we will loose our acess or our pals right now or in the coming months. It will take A WHILE before this thing gets implemented, that is if Congress and the Supreme Court let it throu