Much like Diasapora took on the challenge of making social media free of corporate overreach, communities across the country are building small pockets of government-free internet. This small but promising effort in cities like Athens, Ciaro, Capetown and more, is providing a means of communication for those who can not afford internet services and those who want to keep their communication private.
The biggest roadblock in the way is the FCC, because they control all the most efficient frequencies. Building the back end and apparatus for a free network is more than a reasonable goal (though timely goal) for those who want to communicate freely.
Read more on the development and reality of having a truly free internet.