Net Neutrality Officially Ends In April

It’s official: FCC announces the end date for net neutrality. New internet restrictions will certainly bring more changes.

In a debate that has ripped apart many sides of the internet, the FCC has selected a date to officially instate the new net neutrality laws.

The new net neutrality laws will take effect on April 23rd as an official filing was complete with a Federal Register on Thursday. The new laws will destroy the Net Neutrality laws posed by President Obama which were designed to keep the internet open and fair. Companies can now block your internet access or even slow down your service. You also will be able to prioritize your own content.