23 May Two-Sided Tuesday: Net Neutrality
Net Neutrality or Open Internet has started quite the debate – here is what the two sides say.
This week we break down the main arguments in two ways: how it could affect the consumer (you) and how it would affect the bigger picture (policies, the internet, etc.)
SIMPLE SOURCE NOTE: Because of the nature of this topic, the arguments on both sides are what MIGHT happen. Because the regulation of the internet is still developing, there is no way to know what would definitely happen.
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1: “Net Neutrality: Should Congress pass legislation mandating net neutrality?” Issues & Controversies, Infobase Learning, 1 Nov. 2010, http://0-icof.infobaselearning.com.library.brookdalecc.edu/recordurl.aspx?ID=1873. Accessed 17 May 2017.
2: Issitt, Micah. “Internet Neutrality: An Overview.” Points of View: Internet Neutrality, 30 Sept. 2016, p. 1. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=pwh&AN=101841440&site=pov-live.
3: Sprigman, Christopher Jon. “Net Neutrality Doesn’t Mean Cheaper Internet Access.” Opposing Viewpoints Online Collection, Gale, 2017. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/ZFVVXF485966263/OVIC?u=brookdalecc&xid=b047d601. Accessed 22 May 2017. Originally published as “Net Neutrality Is Great, but It Won’t Make Broadband Cheaper,” The New Yorker, 21 June 2016.
4: Gattuso, James L. “Net Neutrality Is More Harmful than Helpful.” The Internet, edited by Jack Lasky, Greenhaven Press, 2016. Opposing Viewpoints. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/EJ3010236264/OVIC?u=brookdalecc&xid=5d4a37e8. Accessed 22 May 2017. Originally published as “Net Neutrality Rules: Still a Threat to Internet Freedom,” Heritage.org, 12 Feb. 2014.