For the first time in history, the U.S. government approved corporate censorship of the Internet, putting the future of online free speech at risk. Unbelievably, the person leading the charge was Obama appointee Julius Genachowski.
This violates President Obama's campaign promise to protect Net Neutrality, but some media are reporting the corporate spin that this is a "Net Neutrality compromise." It's not -- there's no such thing as half a First Amendment. We need to set the record straight.
*Today's FCC Net Neutrality rules from Chairman Julius Genachowski -- written by Comcast and AT&T, the companies the FCC is supposed to regulate -- broke Obama's promise and allow discrimination and corporate censorship online. Read the 3 reasons why to learn the truth.