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The net neutrality vote is looming, and if you feel like the future of the internet — and many of your bills — hang in the balance, you’re absolutely right.

Even if you’re unfamiliar with the concept of net neutrality, you’ve heard more people talking about it in the last month.

Milo Yiannopoulos We'd all survive if Twitter shut down for a short while during major riots.Groups working to protect the public are urging the government to wait until a verdict is issued in a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals case.They’re arguing that repealing many of the existing net neutrality rules without having a decision in the case leaves consumers unprotected.The vote, though occasionally masked in the news by the ongoing debate and vote conjecture swirling around the GOP tax plan, stands to shape how you can interact with the web — and how much you’ll pay for it.If the existing net neutrality regulations are struck down, as Pai advocates, Internet service providers (ISPs) will be able to throttle or block traffic and even sell “fast lanes” that will give larger businesses, who can afford the costs, an advantage in reaching consumers.

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