What is Net Neutrality?

The FCC will soon decide whether control over the Internet remains in the hands of users and innovators like us or with a few telephone and cable companies. Network neutrality is a fancy way of saying the networks that deliver the Internet should treat all content, sites, and applications equally and shouldn’t discriminate against certain traffic based on its source, destination or message. The basic idea is the Internet should be open so consumers have unrestricted access to lawful Web sites and online businesses can compete freely.

Shasta.com/AccessNow supports Net Neutrality and keeping the Internet OPEN rather than under control of the Large Providers, ATT, Comcast, Charter, Verizon, SPRINT, etc.Please urge the FCC to stand up for Net Neutrality: http://www.savetheinternet.com/fcc-comments
For More Information: http://www.hearusnow.org/2009/10/what_is_network_neutrality.html