Ed Team

What the Hell Is Net Neutrality Anyhow?

Filed By Ed Team | June 23, 2011 7:00 AM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: AT&T, civil rights groups, FCC filings, Net Neutrality, T-Mobile

We've been talking a lot about net neutrality lately as AT&T's role in duping civil rights into sending the FCC anti-net neutrality letters has recently come to light. That's led a lot of you to scratch your head and wonder, "What the hell is net neutrality anyhow?" Here's a simple explanation that'll get you up to speed quickly in language you can understand.

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thanks for this. i tried to share it on my Facebook page but i couldn't get a thumbnail for it so I went directly to you tube. i think visual really help in trying to make and impact. I was so hoping for the Patricia Nell Warren thumbnail to show up. Just thought you should know.

note from the edithor something like that . . . I meant visual aids really help in trying to make an impact. my bad? or what?