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Net Neutrality in the US: Now What?
Comprehensive info. From 2014 when we narrowly avoided losing net neutrality, but they just keep trying, don't they? 2017 version of this video would be almost identical.
Much links and fun times below:
We've stopped things like this before! You have power if you bother to take it.
Video script and better formatted version of the links below can be found on my blog: http://vihart.com/net-neutrality-in-the-us-now-what/
Politicians love when you personally contact them! It is a fact. If you're not in the US, make sure your local government considers this state of affairs an embarrassment for the US, not something to model your own rules on.
List of FCC commissioners and their twitters, emails, blogs, instagrams, etc: http://www.fcc.gov/leadership
Don't know how to contact your representative? Find out who they are and let them know you're watching them! http://whoismyrepresentative.com/
List of all proceedings available for comment: http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/hotdocket/list
Learn more about all this stuffs:
Court case ruling cable internet as an "information service" rather than "telecommunications service": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Cable_%26_Telecommunications_Association_v._Brand_X_Internet_Services
Communications act of 1934, describing common carriers under title II: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communications_Act_of_1934
Telecommunications act of 1996, including Title V, the CDA: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telecommunications_Act_of_1996
Communications Decency Act, part of the Telecommunications act of 1996, which protected ISPs from liability: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communications_Decency_Act
The FCC's Open Internet Order 2010:
Verizon had the above overturned in 2014 as not applying to non-common carriers:
A couple other attempts at net neutrality things:
Data on internet speed from study "The Cost of Connectivity": http://oti.newamerica.net/publications/policy/the_cost_of_connectivity_2013
Terms to know
Antitrust law: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_antitrust_law
Common carrier: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_carrier
Game theory: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_theory
Net neutrality: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Net_neutrality
Also see these other videos on the topic:
Extra Credits: http://youtu.be/wQtiIazfoQM
Hank Green: http://youtu.be/mc2aso6W7jQ
Thankyou Emily Eifler and Christopher Hart for their advice!
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