Top news stories and must-read articles from the week.
Net neutrality is one of the most important regulations that prohibits powerful Internet companies from controlling how and what we access on the Internet. The chairman of the FCC has now released a proposal that would end net neutrality. The end of net neutrality would completely change the way we use the Internet.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week in the case, Carpenter v. United States. The case focuses on the ability of law enforcement agents to acquire cell phone location data without a warrant.
This week, Donald Trump shared videos on Twitter that promoted Islamophobia. The administration claimed that the videos show the need for increased national security. However, all the videos really did was spread dangerous and unfounded anti-Muslim sentiments.
The Supreme Court will hear a case regarding a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. This case is not about cake; it is about the long history of discrimination that the LGBTQ community has faced.