The effects of net neutrality have been like the founding fathers dream: a truly free media open to all points of view, where even the smallest voice can reach millions. It’s logical then that the big internet service providers and their authoritarian partners in government would aim to crush it. On June 11th 2018, Net Neutrality was officially killed. But our guest Mike Ludwig of Truthout tells how Net Neutrality may yet be made to survive the intense pressure to crush it from the top down. Once average Americans understand what’s at stake, the clampdown on freedom may be reversed in the next election.

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