How the U.S. Net Neutrality Repeal Can Affect Other Countries

The vote to repeal net neutrality last week has already caused significant waves of dissatisfaction. On December 14, 2017, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted against the country's existing net neutrality laws, set in place two years ago. While the Canadian and European policy has not changed, and the local governments are in full support of net neutrality laws, we can't ignore the ramifications the FCC's ruling will have worldwide.