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Capstone

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  • 1. Net Neutrality
  • 2.  The principle that basic Internet protocols should be non-discriminatory and content providers should get equal treatment from Internet operators  Prevents Internet providers from blocking, speeding up or slowing down Web content based on its source, ownership or destination.  Government is trying to regulate this freedom by putting restrictions on certain Internet Service Providers to make money
  • 3. Consumer Advocates The Free Press Major Internet Application Companies Google Amazon Online companies Skype Some Internet developers Tim Berners Lee “Father of the Web” Vinton Cerf, co-founder of Internet Protocol  The other founder, Bob Khan, is an opponent of Net Neutrality
  • 4. Consumer Advocates Major Internet Application Companies Online companies
  • 5. AT&T Time Warner Cable Comcast Verizon Cisco Systems
  • 6. Increasing demand for security Filter spam email and malware Security and Civil Liberties Freedom of speech online Protecting consumer privacy
  • 7. Bandwidth More space for new elements on the web Peer-to-peer file sharing Investments Faster transfers Increased broadband access Ability to develop advanced networks
  • 8. Tiered Services Unfair competition Stifles Innovation Preserving Internet Standards End to End Principle Preventing Pseudo-Services Quality of service
  • 9.  All three of us in our group are against the government putting restrictions and limitations on net neutrality  We believe that all service providers, content and applications should be treated the same The government is looking for another way to make money Itis taking away our freedom to do what we please on the Internet
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