You may recall that we discussed net neutrality back in August of this year, well the topic is back in the news with more fervor than ever before lets look at why. First net neutrality, according to Merriam Webster, is the idea, principle or requirement that internet service providers should or must treat all internet data as the same regardless of its kind, source or destination. The United States Federal Communications Commission established the Open Internet Order to regulate how your internet service providers, companies like Cox and Century Link, must treat you. The 2015 law treats Internet service providers like a utility (water, or power) and says they must be transparent. This means they can't block lawful content and they can't discriminate content by speeding up or slowing down connections to preferred websites. On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal the current law on net neutrality. Those in favor of the repeal say that the 2015 regulations hampered broadband investments and innovations. They say that the new regulations, which would be housed under the Federal Trade Commission, could actually make the internet cheaper for users who would be able to pick and chose what they pay for similar to the way that cable television is currently bundled. However, people against the regulation worry that this new type of service will only favor those who are willing to pay for it, providing the fastest access to those who pay the most money. What do you think? Let us know here!