David Weinberger offers an excellent and very concise summary of why net neutrality really matters to everyone.

The most important of these is

Free speech. AOL recently “accidentally” blocked email critical of it. Canada’s version of AT&T, Telus, blocked access to a site supporting workers with whom it was negotiating. How long before providers routinely block access to sites they deem inappropriate for their customers, for their customers’ own good, of course?

But read the whole thing and pass it along to everyone you know.

net neutrality, free speech