In January of last year the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit struck down the FCC's open internet rules, commonly known as "Net Neutrality" because ISPs are not classified as "common carriers". This ruling allows ISPs (Comcast, AT&T) to charge companies (Netflix, Youtube, Facebook) for access to its users and charge users for access to those very services, setting up the very possible idea that you could be charged, say 3 cents for every Youtube video you watch by your internet service provider.
via +Brian E. Young
although I wanted to share this publicly...not just with my circles. It's THAT important for everyone to go do this. (Thanks, Brian!!)