A new “mockumentary” called The Internet Must Go launched today, in conjunction with the latest court hearing in the Verizon case against the FCC over the FCC’s net neutrality rules. I got to see a “preview” showing of the film last week with the filmmaker.
You can see the whole thing below, or at the link above, which includes a number of extras. The premise of the mockumentary is that the major ISPs have hired a clueless market researcher to figure out how to convince Americans that we don’t need an open internet with basic non-discriminatory end-to-end connectivity. That researcher then goes out and talks to a bunch of net neutrality supporters who school him on the importance of an open internet.