How would the internet change? Since Net Neutrality ended, some things must've changed, but nothing happened. Something should happen, and whatever happened to the fighting that took place to prevent the repeal of Net Neutrality. That must've been not enough to save the important thing.
Now what shall happen? It is true that once something changes, it could not happen just like that. The same thing would go for the end of Net Neutrality. Right now, the internet is free, and people should enjoy it while they can. The freedom could disappear after a number of days after its repeal. The changes might be under development so it can ruin people's lives.
Some things will be described about the changes of no Net Neutrality. One, there might be price tags everywhere. The price tags might appear digitally, on every page, on every website, and on every window of the internet. That means that websites need payment from people if they want to take a look at the website.
Second, there would be something about "ISP". That stands for "internet service provider". It is an organization that gives access to networks on the internet. They may be organized in community-owned, commercial, non-profit, or privately-owned. They are the ones who provide internet access, internet service, internet domain names, internet web hosting, Usenet service, and other things. If Net Neutrality was no more, they would address that "This site has been blocked by your ISP".
And third, people's lives would change. People should enjoy their jobs now, especially people that do their jobs online like receptionists, sales people, customer support, graphic designers, developers, programmers, engineers, and etc. If Net Neutrality was gone, people won't do their jobs anymore. Therefore, they would lose money and not provide for their families.
Now that the possibilities were gone over, let's enjoy the little time we have left and take a good look at the internet, or continue to fight! It is true that the FCC has decided, but surely the people haven't decided yet. If you are still going on about saving Net Neutrality, you shall be praised and continue fighting. Again, here are the websites to go.
The alerts on the book websites have not gone away, so go to them.
And make sure to share this post on Facebook, Twitter, and other social sites so others can hear about this.
Write to Congress and tell them to save this important thing.
Tell everyone you know and share what you think about this.
And include a widget on your website (if you have one) which you can get from Break The Internet.