“Net neutrality is the idea that internet service providers (ISPs) treat everyone’s data equally – whether that’s an email from your mother, a bank transfer or a streamed episode of The Handmaid’s Tale. It means that ISPs don’t get to choose which data is sent more quickly, and which sites get blocked or throttled.” One of the key fights over the future on the Internet is back on the battlefield this week, as net neutrality is once again at risk. From The Guardian: Companies including Facebook, Google and Amazon will band together on July 12th to raise awareness about a threat to the open internet. So what’s the big deal?