Net+Neutrality

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Net Neutrality Presentation by: Matt Jacobson, Chris Stolz, Melanie Akwule, Christine Sapp, Danny Clasen
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The Internet How the internet (Internet Service Providers) works as a multi-sided platform for communication.
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The Internet as a Platform Internet Service Providers Content Consumers
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Content Breakdown Content Content Providers Advertisers Media Streaming Email and Messaging File Distribution Facebook, Google, Ebay, Amazon, Yahoo, Microsoft Use content providers to reach a larger audience. Email, Skype, AIM, chat-rooms Limewire, Bittorrent, Prism, and File Transfer Protocol YouTube, Hulu, Flicker, Pandora
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Network Neutrality An overview of one of the biggest and most pressing issues facing the internet today.
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Network Neutrality "Network neutrality is best defined as a network design principle. The idea is that a maximally useful public information network aspires to treat all content, sites, and platforms equally." -Tim Wu, Columbia Law School Professor
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Arguments for Net Neutrality Preserves digital rights and freedoms Allows for competition and innovation Preventing pseudo-services Maintains the end-to-end principle
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Arguments against Net Neutrality Some companies want premium speeds Charging premium rates allows for investment Net Neutrality will cause increase legislation Bandwidth availability Net neutrality would prevent broadband networks from being built, which would limit available bandwidth
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Network Neutrality FCC Policy Statement "Consumers are entitled to access the lawful Internet content of their choice." "Consumers are entitled to run applications and use services of their choice, subject to the needs of law enforcement." "Consumers are entitled to connect their
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