December 29, 2010 Leave a comment
“As its name indicates, net neutrality is about creating a neutral internet. The basic principle driving net neutrality is that the internet should be a free and open platform, almost like any other utility we use in our home like electricity. Users should be able to use their bandwidth however they want as long as its legal, and internet service providers should not be able to provide priority service to any corner of the internet. Every web site whether its Google, Netflix, Amazon, or UnknownStartup.com should all be treated the same when it comes to giving users the bandwidth to reach the internet-connected services they prefer.” Read more here: An Introduction to Net Neutrality: What It Is, What It Means for You, and What You Can Do About It.
- Americans Don’t Want the FCC to Regulate the Internet [STATS] (mashable.com)
- What you need to know about the FCC’s net neutrality ruling (dvice.com)
- Week in tech: no love for net neutrality (arstechnica.com)
- This Reason.tv Video About Net Neutrality is Dedicated to the 21% of Folks Who Want the Gov’t to Regulate the Internet (reason.com)
- An Introduction to Net Neutrality: What It Is, What It Means for You, and What You Can Do About It [Explainer] (lifehacker.com)