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In December, the FCC will hold a critical vote about Net Neutrality.
If the big ISPs (Comcast, AT&T, and the like) get their way,
it will threaten the very existence of small, independent sites
like this one, which thrive on an open free internet -
not one with "premium fast lanes" - for those who pay big fees.
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