U.S. appeals court in San Francisco will hear net neutrality appeal

By David Shepardson
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    Imagine you are at a poker game. In this poker game, you can see everyone’s cards. Not only that, you can run simulations and figure out how the cards are going to be played based on each player’s past history and personality traits. You can do this after each card has been played. Currently this is the reality faced by the average citizen who uses the internet or a credit card. Now imagine giving the person who has this power, even more power by being able to make you leave the table if the calcuations show there is no way to win with you in the game. That is what net neutrality ads to the game. It gives them the ability to control and manipulate the data in their favor.