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        The Lowdown | What Is Net Neutrality and What Will the Internet Look Like Without It? Lesson Plan

        The policy of net neutrality prevents internet service providers (ISPs), like Verizon and AT&T, from slowing down the loading speeds of certain websites or creating “fast lanes” for sites that pay a fee. This policy will almost certainly be overturned by the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission. This Lowdown lesson explores the pros and cons of net neutrality and examines the different ways lawmakers view internet service.

        The Lowdown | What Is Net Neutrality and What Will the Internet Look Like Without It?

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