The internet may soon be fundamentally changed. Dec. 14 marks the date the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is scheduled to vote on net neutrality, also known as open internet.
Now that schoolwork, job applications, college applications and virtually every other element of modern life takes place online, the Internet is an absolute necessity and a human right.
As the world becomes ever connected, our reliance on Internet increases more and more. This has led to the Internet becoming necessary for greater aspects of life as companies and official entities take advantage of individual Internet access.
In 1517 Martin Luther nailed the “95 Theses” on the door of his church in Wittenberg, Germany. He was an educated man.