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Net Neutrality

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on 27 April 2015

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Transcript of Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality
involves the transmission of data over broadband networks.
Openists
support a strong version of network neutrality.
Openists
Believe that the Internet is best saved by maintaining a
dumb network
that does not differentiate among different types of traffic.
Openists
Connections
Openists are against Deregulationists who believe that ISPs are
in the best position to determine the most beneficial evolution of the Internet.
Net Neutrality
Openists believe that the end-to-end principle is responsible for the tremendous amount of innovation at the application layer
Sources
Moyers on America Net Neutrality:
PBS
pitt.edu

By:
Ann Nguyen
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