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LS305-01 Constitutional Law Unit 2 assignment

Their interest is in assuming more control over how

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neutrality rules. Their interest is in assuming more control over how the Internet is used and they are now putting in place a new technological infrastructure that will allow them to do that. Already there have been numerous abuses. And, in early 2010, a court voided the powers of the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) to protect against such abuses under the legal framework that the agency was using. As we enter a new phase in the Internet’s history, network neutrality needs to be given legal force so that it cannot be swept away by powerful corporations and so that cyberspace remains the free and open medium that we have come to expect." (ACLU, 2012). In concluding, I believe the freedoms afford us under our First Amendment rights are still far too sacred to be left without guarding. I always look for injustices and keep a close eye on my local
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LS305-01 Constitutional Law Unit 2 assignment media and politicians, as the best way to stay protected is to speak up to those around you and vote.
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LS305-01 Constitutional Law Unit 2 assignment REFERENCES: ACLU (2012) Internet Censorship Retrieved from http://www.aclu.org/free-speech/internet- censorship Adams, J. (1838) Speech of John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts : upon the right of the people, men and women, to petition; on the freedom of speech and of debate in the house of representatives of the United States; on the resolutions of sevent state legislatures, and the petitions of more than one hundred thousand petitioners, relating to the annexation of Texas to this union. Delivered in the House of representatives of the United States, in fragments of the morning hour, from the 16th of June to the 7th of July 1838, inclusive (1838) Retrieved from http://archive.org/details/speechofjohnquin00adam (2012) PBS People & Events The Federalist Party (2000) Retrieved from http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/duel/peopleevents/pande05.html
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