After the Federal Communications Commissions repealed the Net Neutrality rules put in place during the Obama Era, some states have taken matters into their own hands — Nebraska being the latest, and also the first Republican state to do so.
Facebook, Google, and Netflix are all a part of the Internet Association group which plans to sue the FCC over the net neutrality repeal. However, all three companies have wavered their support on net neutrality in the past few years.
A fair and open internet is vital to the national and global interest. It promotes our democracy and economy. Recent moves at the FCC threaten to undo rules supporting "net neutrality", which would unfairly tilt the playing field in favor of ISPs.