If you’ve been following the news about this week’s federal appeals court decision upturning the FCC’s rules on net neutrality, maybe you’re a little perplexed by all the issues involved and what they mean for you as someone who uses and values easy access to the Internet.
Gena Konstantinakos has made a film for you. “The Internet Must Go” tells the fictional and satirical tale of one man’s journey in pursuit of the truth about Internet freedom, presented as a “secret report” underwritten by Internet Service Providers, much like the real-life ISP’s trying to roadblock the information superhighway.
After you’ve watched, remember to e-mail FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler at the FCC’s website. Or tweet @TomWheelerFCC.