John Oliver gives us the business on net neutrality

by Cassady Sharp

June 6, 2014

You may wonder why an environmental organization like Greenpeace would care about the issue of net neutrality. We actually care about it awhole lot. Organizations like Greenpeace use the Internet every second to engage people ready to take action for our planet. The price for "fast lanes" meaning a higher-speed Internet will most likely reach beyond the purchasing capacity of most organizations making change in the world. You'll hear more from Greenpeace on net neutrality in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, let John Oliver take the floor and explain what it means to you.
Cassady Sharp

By Cassady Sharp

Cassady is a media officer at Greenpeace USA covering the Arctic, climate change and corporate influence over politics.

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