In which Hank debates Hank on one of the most important debates in the United States today, whether to keep the internet open or to allow cable companies to ...

Hank Green of vlogbrothers breaks down the net neutrality debate by arguing with himself -- one version representing consumers and the other Internet servi

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15 Facts About Net Neutrality [Infographic]

Confused about what the FCC's new Net neutrality proposal might mean to the average Internet user? CNET's Marguerite Reardon spells it out.

Net neutrality debate Part II: What it means to the average Joe

In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains why wireless consumers looking for a good bargain should consider the Samsung Galaxy even though the new Galaxy has been announced. Read this article by Marguerite Reardon on CNET News.

"How Net Neutrality Works" by Technology- This video shows not only how changing net neutrality would effect price for consumers but goes into further detail stating that companies who pay I.S.P.'s more, will get on the imaginary "truck" first and will get to you faster. Other companies' information will take much longer, and will result in time lags. The video also explains that most internet companies are not surprisingly in support of net neutrality while most cable companies are not.

How Net Neutrality Works

Considering Hybrid Regulatory Approach to Net Neutrality. A “split the baby” proposal would regulate “wholesale” Internet transactions similar to utilities, and lightly regulate “retail” transactions.

Particularly evil considering the current net neutrality debate even without the devil horns

Particularly evil considering the current net neutrality debate even without the devil horns

What Everyone Gets Wrong in the Debate Over Net Neutrality

What Everyone Gets Wrong in the Debate Over Net Neutrality

Content Delivery Networks Complicate Debate Over Net Neutrality

Content Delivery Networks Complicate Debate Over Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality debate is stupid #digitalmarketing #onlinemarketing #netneutrality #internet.org #facebook #freebasics

Net Neutrality debate is stupid #digitalmarketing #onlinemarketing #netneutrality #internet.org #facebook #freebasics

Google, Others Push for 'Strong' Open Internet Action BY CHLOE ALBANESIUS JULY 14, 2014 Google - and a number of other tech giants - have weighed in on the FCC's net neutrality plans.

Google, Others Push for 'Strong' Open Internet Action

FCC Proposes 'Strongest Ever' Net Neutrality Plan The FCC will reclassify broadband (mobile and wireline) as a telecom service, and step into the inter-connection debate.

How Net Neutrality Works

How Net Neutrality Works

Internet Taxes, Another Window Into the Net Neutrality Debate

Does the United States act in accordance with the same principles that we advocate to others? The answer needs to be yes. When it comes to the debate on network neutrality, the world watches what we do at home. That’s one reason that the President’s commitment to net neutrality is so important

The World Is Watching Our Net Neutrality Debate, So Let's Get It Right

Proposed Senate Bill Would Block Internet Fast Lanes, Mandate Net Neutrality

Net Fix: 8 burning questions about Net neutrality - CNET - by Marguerite Reardon   - February 24, 2015

Net Fix: 8 burning questions about Net neutrality

With the FCC set to vote this week on new rules governing the Internet, CNET breaks down everything you need to know about complicated, but critical, issue.

What is net neutrality?  Ask David Pogue.  "The Net Neutrality Debate in 2 Minutes or Less" from Scientific American.

Net Neutrality affects everyone who uses the internet. Big cable companies want to control the internet, will we let them? The Net Neutrality Debate in 2 Minutes or Less - Scientific American

A key House committee just scheduled a September 7 hearing.House Republicans are asking the chief executives of tech and telecom rivals — including Facebook, Google, AT&T and Comcast* — to appear before the U.S. Congress in September and help settle the debate over net neutrality once and for all.At

A key House committee just scheduled a September 7 hearing.House Republicans are asking the chief executives of tech and telecom rivals — including Facebook, Google, AT&T and Comcast* — to appear before the U.S. Congress in September and help settle the debate over net neutrality once and for all.At

Score Another One for the Internet? The Role of the Networked Public Sphere in the U.S. Net Neutrality Policy Debate | Berkman Center

Score Another One for the Internet? The Role of the Networked Public Sphere in the U.

FCC Sued Over Failure to Comply With Transparency Law Amid Net Neutrality Debate

FCC Sued Over Failure to Comply With Transparency Law Amid Net Neutrality Debate

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