Net Neutrality and What This Means to You

Net Neutrality and What This Means to You The internet was originally organized to be open, this meant that all “lawful” content, devices and applications could be used and shared freely. This principle was also intended to prevent unreasonable discrimination in the handling of internet traffic. The ultimate goal of the open internet, also known as Net Neutrality, is to promote competition and provide a platform for innovation. Net Neutrality has been challenged recently by Verizon with lobbying efforts through… read more →