The internet is going dark.
It’s a common story in the tech industry these days.
But it’s not the only one.
The internet goes dark for reasons that have nothing to do with the content of the website or the device.
And they’re not just coming from the internet itself.
People are connecting to the internet via the apps that we use.
There’s a lot of people who are connecting and using the apps on their phone or tablet to make calls, access the internet, send emails, surf the web, and so on.
The problems come when people connect to these services using third-party apps.
We’ll get to some of these problems in a minute.
But first, let’s look at how we got here.
How Did This Happen?
It’s been more than a year since the Federal Communications Commission voted to end net neutrality.
The decision means that the internet can’t be divided into “fast lanes” for companies that can pay more for faster traffic, and “slow lanes” that can’t.
(The FCC’s decision also means that Comcast and AT&T can no longer block websites and content that are unfavorable to them.)
But it also means a lot about how we live and how we communicate online.
The old system was that people connected to the web with their computers and smartphones, then they connected to a network using their smartphones and computers, and that was the way things worked.
This worked well.
For the most part, people connected via their home or office networks, and they could go anywhere on the internet.
But sometimes they connected from different parts of the world.
They connected from the US to South Korea, for example.
Some of the first internet-connected devices were computers that were connected to their internet-service provider’s routers, and then they could use their own computers to access the web.
Then there were mobile devices that were tethered to the cloud.
And, of course, the iPhone and Android smartphones that people use today.
All of these connected devices have to have their own data and servers.
But, in many cases, the people connecting the devices to the network couldn’t be connected directly to any of those data centers.
Instead, they needed to connect to third-parties, such as internet service providers, to access certain types of data.
This was the beginning of the internet’s evolution into the digital age.
The problem was that those services weren’t really designed to serve all people equally.
They served different groups of people differently.
People connected to them for different reasons, and the data center providers, the internet service companies, the app makers, and a few other companies that were trying to serve the internet all had different reasons for what they wanted to do.
The ISPs in some cases were trying out new ways to improve their customer service.
Some had been working with third-person software to let customers pay for faster access to certain sites.
Some were trying new services to improve performance and reduce bandwidth usage.
And a few were just trying to make money.
The companies that wanted to make a profit didn’t like the way they were getting paid.
Some tried to fight the move by asking the FCC to overturn the decision.
The FCC eventually did.
It overturned the FCC’s previous decision to treat internet access providers differently than phone companies.
It said that it would apply the same rules to internet service provider contracts, which are often referred to as “net neutrality” agreements.
The government, in other words, had the authority to decide what the internet should look like and what the rules should be.
That was a big deal.
It gave the FCC more power to regulate how companies like Comcast and Verizon treated the internet as a public utility.
It also meant that companies that had previously been trying to offer some of the most expensive and slowest internet access services to their customers would no longer have that option.
So, a lot more people could get internet service at prices that were reasonable to them, and those prices would also be consistent with other types of broadband, such a phone service.
The move did more to increase competition than it did to destroy it.
But the Internet has evolved a lot since it was first created.
As we’ve said, people have been connected using different types of internet devices for a long time.
There was no one single solution to the problems of the old internet.
The new internet, by contrast, is designed to be different from the old, and it needs to be designed to accommodate different kinds of people, from different groups.
That means the internet will need to change over time.
That’s a big problem.
The Internet Doesn’t Actually Have a Backbone If the internet has a backbone, it’s a layer of data that serves as a middleman between the web content and the devices that people connect with.
The idea is that if the data is fast enough, people will connect to the content.
If the data isn’t fast enough or slow enough, those people won’t connect to content.
So the internet would work better if everyone connected to