It can be difficult to explain why net neutrality is so important.While there’s a strong groundswell of support for net neutrality among citizens and techies, so much so that anti-net neutrality shills are resorting to identity-thieving spambots to push back against prostest, most people still don’t get what it means to have no net neutrality at all. So, a new Chrome extensions shows you just how incredibly annoying it can be.
This is, of course, the absolute worst case scenario. It’s more likely that ISPs will be more subtle in how they attempt to charge you to access the internet and then turn around and try to charge websites for access to you. But the point needs to be made: An internet without net neutrality is a crappy, crappy internet indeed.