This may be my last major warning about Net Neutrality and I can say this only once.
If we don't get ourselves together to the fullest by getting more than half of our state representatives here in the United States swaying over to the free internet side by December 14th, this and many other sites (changing domain name won't affect ISP recognition) will definitely be blocked/censored once it passes into law. We won't be able to get everything done, and any future attempt in getting this back or starting over anew will be impossible until the next presidential term. Pretty much everything we hold so dear (games, memes, or just surfing in general) will be overtaken by our ISPs.
Even if we are successful, in which I highly doubt it despite my optimist point of view, telecom giants will inevitably try again until they succeed. Though Net Neutrality itself is only two years old, the debate goes far back to the late 90's. We tried everything from comments, flyers, getting the Senate to kick the chairman out of office, it didn't work. Their advantage is that they are sneaky, clever, and bolder.
Also, some of the latest technology won't operate at their best unless Net Neutrality is repealed.