A timely article on the importance of net neutrality to preserving the web as we know it. It is an issue that we should all take note of as current developments in the corporate world aim to undermine the assumed freedom of the internet.
As stated in this article:
All non-profit content will compete with commercial content on the Internet. This means that your digital humanities web project, your course management page etc., the website for a small activist group will load much more slowly than sites like Amazon and Netflix.
So, what can you do? Read on…
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