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The 2015 Open Internet
Order
Clear
Reasonable
Necessary
The Open Internet Order is
Clear
Clarity is necessary
The Open Internet Order provides
clear, bright-line rules
The Open Internet Order is
Clear
1) No blocking
2) No throttling
3) No paid prioritization
4) No unreasonable
interference...
The Open Internet Order is
Clear
Applies to mass-market internet
service providers
Allows for reasonable network
managemen...
The Open Internet Order
is Reasonable
Purpose – maintain and promote an
open internet as a “virtuous cycle of
innovation”
...
The Open Internet Order
is Reasonable
Forbearance of many Title II
regulations
Wireless given greater leeway
Waivers avail...
The Open Internet Order
is Reasonable
Public interest-based zero rating
The Open Internet Order
is Necessary
ISPs are in a position to be a direct
threat to “virtuous cycle of
innovation”
They h...
The Open Internet Order
is Necessary
ISPs are in a position to be a direct
threat to “virtuous cycle of
innovation”
They h...
The Open Internet Order
is Necessary
ISPs are in a position to be a direct
threat to “virtuous cycle of
innovation”
They h...
The Open Internet Order
is Necessary
ISPs have:
• Banned wi-fi networks, VPNs, and
home networking
• Threatened criminal a...
The Open Internet Order
is Necessary
ISPs have:
• Exempted their own services from
caps applicable to competing services
•...
The Open Internet Order
is Necessary
And let’s not forget this one:
The Open Internet Order
is Necessary
Increased horizontal integration has
reduced user choice
Increased vertical integrati...
The Open Internet Order
is Necessary
Tech Innovators who support Net
Neutrality:
Otherwise, you might see
this:
Net Neutrality: In Support of the 2015 Open Internet Order
Net Neutrality: In Support of the 2015 Open Internet Order
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Net Neutrality: In Support of the 2015 Open Internet Order

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This is the slideshow I presented in support of net neutrality concepts generally, and the 2015 Open Internet Order specifically.

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Net Neutrality: In Support of the 2015 Open Internet Order

  1. 1. The 2015 Open Internet Order Clear Reasonable Necessary
  2. 2. The Open Internet Order is Clear Clarity is necessary The Open Internet Order provides clear, bright-line rules
  3. 3. The Open Internet Order is Clear 1) No blocking 2) No throttling 3) No paid prioritization 4) No unreasonable interference/disadvantages 5) Enhanced transparency
  4. 4. The Open Internet Order is Clear Applies to mass-market internet service providers Allows for reasonable network management Exempts “specialized services”
  5. 5. The Open Internet Order is Reasonable Purpose – maintain and promote an open internet as a “virtuous cycle of innovation” Rules are narrowly tailored Innovation in specialized services promoted
  6. 6. The Open Internet Order is Reasonable Forbearance of many Title II regulations Wireless given greater leeway Waivers available for essentially everything
  7. 7. The Open Internet Order is Reasonable Public interest-based zero rating
  8. 8. The Open Internet Order is Necessary ISPs are in a position to be a direct threat to “virtuous cycle of innovation” They have the incentive
  9. 9. The Open Internet Order is Necessary ISPs are in a position to be a direct threat to “virtuous cycle of innovation” They have the ability
  10. 10. The Open Internet Order is Necessary ISPs are in a position to be a direct threat to “virtuous cycle of innovation” They have a terrible track record
  11. 11. The Open Internet Order is Necessary ISPs have: • Banned wi-fi networks, VPNs, and home networking • Threatened criminal action against anyone using for commercial purpose • Blocked competing VoIP (wire line and wireless) • Interfered with peer-to-peer networking (and lied about it)
  12. 12. The Open Internet Order is Necessary ISPs have: • Exempted their own services from caps applicable to competing services • Throttled unlimited data plans (and lied about it) • Blocked smartphone tethering • Blocked Apple’s FaceTime app • Blocked Google Wallet (then released their own version
  13. 13. The Open Internet Order is Necessary And let’s not forget this one:
  14. 14. The Open Internet Order is Necessary Increased horizontal integration has reduced user choice Increased vertical integration has increased opportunity to unjustly benefit
  15. 15. The Open Internet Order is Necessary Tech Innovators who support Net Neutrality:
  16. 16. Otherwise, you might see this:

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