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With Donald Trump entering the White House, much of the progress made when it comes to a fair and open internet could be erased. This could have a negative affect on cord cutters everywhere.
President-Elect Trump has specifically noted his distaste for Net Neutrality in the past. Join Joel and I as we go over what is likely to happen, and what we can do about it.
I recommend checking out these two previous episodes as a primer to whats at stake when it comes to this issues in a Trump presidency.
Trump’s Internet Policy – https://www.groundedreason.com/trump-clinton-internet-policy/
Cable Boxes and the FCC – https://www.groundedreason.com/podcast-episode-cable-boxes-corruption/
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