Go MN: The map that shows rural Minnesota will suffer most from net neutrality repeal

EXCERPT: “Net neutrality rules have the support of 83 percent of Americans, but that didn’t stop the FCC from repealing them on Thursday. Pending a legal challenge, the open internet principles that state every website is treated equally will be gone. In return, more power will be given to internet service providers (ISPs) who could now potentially charge customers to use certain websites, slow down content from rivals, and give priority to sites that pay them more. A common argument from the minority who support the repeal is that free market competition will ensure ISPs stick with “open internet” rules, so if one broadband provider decides to slow down content, you move to another provider. But this map of Minnesota shows you why this is a fallacy.” FULLSTORY: http://bit.ly/2CAoUxP