On the internet, we expect to be able to visit our favorite websites without any blocks or barriers.
But that could change: Earlier this year the DC Circuit Court struck down the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) rules on "Net Neutrality" -- the principle that gives equal treatment on the internet to businesses, community organizations and philanthropies.
Reports indicate the FCC's latest proposal on Net Neutrality could allow Internet service providers to create lanes for "first class" and "second class" content. Rather than starting on an equal playing field and letting the best content and applications rise to the top, the next big innovator could go unseen.
Do you share Senator Booker's concerns about the FCC's proposal? Tell us what you think about Net Neutrality.