This week, the FCC in Washington plans to vote to end net neutrality.

Currently, content on the internet is treated pretty much all the same. If the FCC votes their way this week, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) could chose what you see and how fast you see it.

What's more, those decisions could be made by companies based on their profit margins and their corporate politics.

Add your name to tell the FCC: protect Net Neutrality