Rolling back net neutrality would hurt minorities and low-income families
from The Hill
As the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) prepares for its first vote on May 18 to roll back net neutrality rules, which ensure all internet traffic gets equal treatment, it must evaluate the impact this decision will have on the country's most vulnerable citizens. For low-income Americans and people of color, who have been historically underserved by the healthcare system, ending net neutrality could dramatically reduce access to life-saving health services.
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