I think this guy makes a lot of valid points in this article. Whether it is as bad as he makes it out to be may be up for debate but the points are valid none the less. It’s the end of 2015, and one fact about the internet is quickly becoming clear this year: Americans’ freedom to access the open internet is rapidly dissolving. Broadband access is declining, data caps are becoming commonplace, surveillance is increasing, and encryption is under attack. This is not merely my opinion. The evidence is everywhere; the walls are closing in from all sides. The net neutrality victory of early this year has rapidly been tempered by the fact that net neutrality doesn’t matter if you don’t have solid access to said ‘net.