An article on Buzzfeed got me thinking, there’s too many “experts” misrepresenting my generation, the Millenials. Oh like we have no incentive to pick ourselves up by our bootstraps or follow tradition to the point of allowing hate to be used as political credit? Honestly, that’s not how we’re willing to go. Let me be clear, too many of us don’t have the means to go the traditional root, as we’re bogged down by the heaviest load of college debt in American/US History. So what exactly do you expect us to do? Wish it away or get a “job” that we earn barely enough to get food? Yeah, great thinking. This is the thing, how can we be the ones pulling down the economy if we can’t afford to buy food, much less pay the bills?
My thinking for preserving net neutrality is to give everyone the most open source of information and ability to exchange ideas. Letting big companies, such as +Verizon Communications and +AT&T, holding control over this useful utility without some kind of oversight from the Federal Communications Commission, would be able to stifle whatever data traffic comes in from their competitors on the web, and may be able to intimidate social media sites to delete commentary that gives them bad publicity from customer complaints. Both are free speech issues, and censorship is the biggest concern on my end.