FCC votes in favor of pay-for-priority internet fast lanes

Fight for the Future, protesting the new FCC net neutrality laws
Later today, Thursday, the US’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on a new net-neutrality Open Internet proposal. This proposal (which still hasn’t been publicly released) was originally full of language that would allow ISPs to set up internet “fast lanes,” forcing service providers (such as Netflix or Skype) to pay for traffic priority — a barbed dagger in the heart of net neutrality. Where does this leave the internet and net neutrality? Is there anything we can do to stop the FCC and its kowtow to capitalism?