So, if you're like us, you've heard the term "net neutrality" in the news quite a bit recently.

Net neutrality, basically, means that all data on the Internet is treated equally, and nothing that you try to access gets preferential treatment over other data.

There's a huge push going on right now to defend net neutrality, and the video below really brings it into language that is easy to understand in case you haven't been able to follow along.

It's a quick watch, but very informative.

Here's another video about the web from Mozilla, which is lobbying the FCC to keep the Internet open and free.

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