What’s at stake: net neutrality 101

April 21, 2008 § Leave a comment

Being Canadian, I’ve spent a great deal of time recently explaining what’s at stake with net neutrality. Everyone gets the huge importance of keeping the Internet open, but many find it hard to believe that there really is a threat.

So, you can understand why I was delighted to find this (already 6 month old) video by the people who made Four Eyed Monsters. It explains the net neutrality threat in super clear, easy to understand terms:

What’s even better: it’s an open source documentary. Suggest clips or do your own remix, and the editors will consider rolling your bits into the next version of the mash up. It’ll be great to see it evolve.

If you are wondering about net neutrality (or even if you already get it), please take 10 mins to watch this video. And, if you are Canadian, make sure to let our politicians and telecom bureaucrats know what you think.

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