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UK music fights for Net Neutrality

It’s your internet, and if you want to ensure you can access the smaller blogs (like mine) and music services with freedom, rather than being coralled to the websites of bigger companies with the power and money to pay for the bandwidth you use up, you’d best get involved in acting to protect net neutrality.

Good news is that you won’t be fighting alone, now UK artists and label managers are getting involved in the campaign to protect net neutrality, which is threatened by ISPs who want to artifically change the way the web works.

Label association, AIM, has lent its support to the Rock The Net campaign with artists offering tracks to a benefit album to raise awareness of the threat.
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