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Net Neutrality.

You've probably heard that phrase from time to time - and you're about to hear it again. 

In short - it's the idea that Internet service providers should allow equal access to all online content. The issue of net neutrality has popped up in a U.S. Court of Appeals in the D.C. Circuit Court. A judge will decide soon whether net neutrality is a viable law. And depending on the decision - it could completely change the way that you browse websites.

Brooks Boliek is technology reporter for Politico and he speaks with A Martinez about the case.