|Apparently, we need to save the Internet.|
It does sound like there's some pretty bad abuse of the network going on or on the horizon, so, well, maybe this is worth at least looking at.
There, um, isn't an "Internet's first ammendment", however. There is no constitution of the Internet, so how can there be an ammendment? I kind of dislike the language they're using, as it is clearly intended to push people's buttons. That said, I'd be furious if the things they claim large providers are intending to do happened.
Save the Internet?
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