I'm Leo and I live in a town with a strange name, NY.
Net neutrality, the principle that Internet service providers (ISPs) treat all data that travels over their networks equally, is important to me because without it users may have fewer options and a less diverse Internet.
A pay-to-play Internet worries me because new, innovative services that can’t afford expensive fees for better service will be less likely to succeed.
The Internet has always been a blank canvas on which to transpose our wildest dreams and imaginings. It is the ultimate open world experience, allowing it's users to upload their creations and freely find other people who share similar views and ideologies. Allowing companies that are infamous for overcharging and over-complicating us with plans, contracts and policies, to limit our access to this wonderful resource would be tantamount to religious persecution, limiting free speech and violating every basic human right. That's right, if you allow this, you are blatantly and knowingly disregarding everything that our great nation was built upon. I am a writer and poet, known on the internet but virtually nothing outside of it. As you can see, we internet users, artists, authors, game makers, innovators, visionaries can be very civilized and very productive. Don't get me wrong, I'm not a violent person, but I will not stand for this injustice. If I log on one night to find that I am unable to access deviantART, Steam or YouTube, you can be certain that I will look for you, I WILL find you and I will rip your spine out with my bare hands like fucking Mortal Kombat! Good day sir.
15 Stradlater St.
a town with a strange name, NY 01134
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