Net Neutrality is one of the most important protections of freedom of our digital age. More and more information and knowledge is housed digitally, and the people have a right to access this information. More and more, the internet is a "safe space" for people of different backgrounds and from different parts of the world to meet and interact with each other. In these contexts, the internet is (and ought to be) protected as the right to peacefully assemble and freedom of speech, as well as protected as the natural successors of libraries--open to all and free to access. If we value knowledge, if we value freedom, if we value open access to information and viewpoints outside our own, or even if we just want to watch Netflix without the white buffering circle of death, we should be opposing those who seek to overturn Net Neutrality. We can't have freedom unless we have freedom. That includes the freedom of interference from ISPs for their own selfish political gain.