Today, I am not talking about Ibidun or the books. I am talking about Net Neutrality, and how it benefits us on everyday life. You know, Net Neutrality is one of the most important things in the world, and some of you may know that too.
Net Neutrality does benefit us in many ways. It allows us to see the world on a screen. It is not much, but it is really effective. People can see pictures of places they've never seen before. They can see China, Pennsylvania, Transylvania, Africa, Australia, and many more places.
Second, Net Neutrality also helps us reach certain people. Do you know Skype, Messenger, and WhatsApp? Those applications help us to reach and talk to relatives from faraway. Those apps may be accessible online. Maybe they aren't, but there is a certain chance we can't use them anymore.
And lastly, have you ever heard of Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn? Those social networking websites are part of the internet too. What if those sites are affected? If Net Neutrality ends, the internet would make it harder for people to find jobs. A good majority of people are successful because of the internet. Even you-tubers are successful because of their viewers, and we may never watch them again and those you-tubers may not be successful anymore, but who knows?
Again, Net Neutrality is an important thing. It helps us to see the world, talk to friends and relatives, and find good jobs for skilled people. If anyone reads this post, I thank them for that. The internet would benefit if you took the message and take action by visiting these links.
I've also put alerts in the book websites, so make sure to visit one of them or all of them.
Write to Congress and tell them to save this important thing.
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