Friday, May 16, 2014

Why #NetNeutrality Matters to Higher Ed

From the article:
Net Neutrality is the principle that all Internet content should be treated equally. Current proposed changes by the FCC would allow Internet Service Providers like Comcast to charge content providers(say, Netflix or the DPLA) a premium for access to the fastest service. Why does this matter? Think about how quickly you lose interest if a website takes longer than usual to load.
Source: Chronicle of Higher Education

Read the entire article Why #NetNeutrality Matters to Higher Ed.

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