Local ISP Sonic Protests End of Net Neutrality

Dec 14, 2017

Woman demonstrates support for net neutrality.
Credit Stacie Isabella Turk/Ribbonhead via Flickr

Net neutrality is dead. The FCC has voted to remove rules that require internet giants like Comcast and AT&T to treat all traffic the same.

They’ll now be able create a fast lane for companies like Netflix and a slow lane for that new app being created in a Silicon Valley garage. News director Steve Mencher talked with Tara Sharp, head of marketing at local ISP Sonic about what it all means.

Read more at the New York Times.

Bay Area tech companies react to FCC decision.