PBS Game/Show Host Jamin Warren Asks If Net Neutrality Is Bad for Gamers

Bad things tend to be bad for everyone, so yeah, probably.

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In the latest episode of PBS Game/Show host Jamin Warren asks whether the end of Net Neutrality would be bad for gamers. It’s a serious issue that could have ramifications for anyone who uses the Internet (see: Everyone) but Warren focuses on how it could affect gamers specifically. Take a look.

It’s an issue he’s addressed on Twitter, mentioning the lack of Net Neutrality talk at E3 this year:

And even dedicating his Pinned Tweet to encourage people to comment on the FCC’s site about Net Neutrality

(via PBS Game/Show)

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