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In the following week the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to roll out their plan to end net neutrality.

It appears that the public at large and even some internet stalwarts have become apathetic to the coming changes, which threaten to alter the internet as we know it going forward.

If this happens without massive public outrage it may indicate to other democratic nations that treating all traffic equally is no longer the norm, and they are free to enact their own "play-to-play" schemes in addition to those imposed by the U.S.

What can be done to reverse this course of action?