Why your favourite websites are protesting over the net's future


Pavel Cherepianyi/Alamy Stock Vector The internet is gearing up for one of its largest ever protests. Today, people visiting some of the world’s most popular websites, including Amazon, Netflix and Twitter, could see pop-up messages saying that the site has been blocked or deliberately slowed down. The pop-ups are fictional, but they paint a disturbing picture of a possible online future. The protest is over net neutrality,
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