Posts tagged ‘net neutrality’

June 28, 2016

Net Neutrality is a Good Thing

AmplifyWhat is the Internet? It seems like an easy question, but is it? Do we really know what the Internet is? We know what Facebook or Google is. We know what we use every day on our phones. However, who can actually formulate an accurate definition of the Internet? That is our first step on the way to stasis. What is it? We can argue about it, we can debate how to use it, but without a definition, it is just sound and fury, signifying nothing.

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May 8, 2014

FCC: Caught in the Corporate Net

neutral 1On May 15th, 2014 there will be a notice of proposed rulemaking issued to the public that Senator Al Franken says “is the free speech issue of our time.” These rules aren’t being proposed by any court or justice department, but instead by the fellas at the freaking FCC, as Peter Griffin refers to them. Before you scoff at Al Franken’s remark, let’s take a closer look at the history of printed information and see why the Senator is not alone.

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