Just posted this on Dear FCC:
I'm Ira Abramov and I live in Ramat Gan, Israel.
Net neutrality, the principle that Internet service providers (ISPs) treat all data that travels over their networks equally, is important to me because without it My freedoms of expression, usage and being informed are hurt.
A pay-to-play Internet worries me because new, innovative services that can’t afford expensive fees for better service will be less likely to succeed.
My entire professional and activist life is based on the ability to learn through the net, communicate with and activate people through it. It's the real land of equal opportunities that can't be matched today by political and pricey educational systems. It's like taxing pedestrians for walking certain streets, reading the signs and walking to stores. It is an unfair and unjust tampering with an important public resource.
Feel free to post your own plea!