Will Christians Heed This Warning About Net Neutrality?
March 27, 2015
A member of the United States Senate is warning that the new “net neutrality” agenda emanating from the Federal Communications Commission could pose threats to religious, and Christian-specific content on the internet.
And for those Americans who still value their right to freely speak about their religious faith freely without government intrusion, the senator’s words should be a call to action.
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