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Final presentation: Net Neutrality


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Final presentation: Net Neutrality

  1. 1. NETWORKNEUTRALITYBy:Joey DweckMayer SuttonAlbert Baranov
  2. 2. DEFINITIONThe principle that the network is free of restrictions oncontent, sites, or platforms, on the equipment thatmay be attached, and on the modes ofcommunication allowed, as well as one wherecommunication is not unreasonably degraded byother communication streams. (Wikipedia)
  3. 3. CONS Corporate Greed Bandwidth Allocation Forced Subscriptions
  4. 4. PROS Preserving Internet Standards Creates Artificial Scarcity Free and Open Communication Fosters Democracy
  5. 5. ISP ARGUMENTS Infrastructure Needs Development Need Funding for Innovation Freedom of Business
  6. 6. CONSUMER EXPLOITATION Force to Use Certain Services Block all Peer to Peer Technologies “Exclusive" Deals with Content Providers Monitor all Online Activity
  7. 7. STOP ONLINE PIRACY ACT & PROTECT IP ACT  Aimed at Copyright Infringing Websites  Easy removal of content  Opposed by Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Wikipedia and Many More