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Net neutrality 1

  1. 1. Net Neutrality: When We Were Blinded!
  2. 2. Advancements of Net Neutrality Artists • Bloggers and others • Justin Bieber- in the art of YouTube Citizen Journalism • Taylor Swift- have the ability to MySpace make a living. Meme Stars • iTunes was created and is • Soulja Boy now the biggest media consumption Site in the world.
  3. 3.  “…ISP’s want to ISP’s control 98% of offer Internet broadband content providers access in the US faster, premium delivery of content  AT&T and services to  Verizon end user  Comcast customers and to  Time Warner charge the content providers superior  Qwest transmission.” –Internet Policy and John Stewart Economics
  4. 4. What does the future hold?  This is  “We have said categorically that very we do not intend to be similar to enforcement agent or a what the policeman for content cable industry transported to out network. said years We… have not said we are going ago. to filter, and there is no technology solution available at • Any source of media this time” ran on cable television is filtered -Claudia Jones and selected by the companies.
  5. 5. WHO WILL BE AFFECTED? On the Internet  Small Sites  Non-Mainstream Band iTunes  Bloggers  ISP’s will create  Small Businesses their own form of iTunes  iTunes will remain on the slow pipe  Costs for music will go up due to the “gatekeepers”
  6. 6. WHAT TO CONSIDER
  7. 7.  With the shift of all media going to the Internet, Pandora What to Consider and HuLu, will a monopoly form?  Prices will surely  Will consumers be rise dramatically able to choose a because the internet better price for is the only source. media?  Similar to gas prices in 2006!  Unfortunately, the government supports eliminating neutrality.
  8. 8.  New York Times  Savetheinternet.com  MacWorld  Campbell, Richard, Christopher R. Martin, and Bettina Fabos. Media & Culture: an Introduction to Mass Communication.  Lehr, William, and Lorenzo M. Pupillo. Internet Policy and Economics: Challenges and Perspectives.  Nunziato, Dawn C. Virtual Freedom: Net Neutrality and Free Speech in the Internet Age. Sources

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