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Net neutrality

This one might be worth writing your elected representatives. Not that they'd listen.

Congress is about to cast a historic vote on the future of the Internet. It will decide whether the Internet remains a free and open technology fostering innovation, economic growth and democratic communication, or instead becomes the property of cable and phone companies that can put toll booths at every on-ramp and exit on the information superhighway.

Here's a taste of what the world might look like if the cable and phone companies get their way. (Via The Health Care Blog.)

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