Net Neutrality Links
I’ve added these links to the Net Neutrality Page today.
Alyssa Milano Chimes In On Net Neutrality [via Jeff Pulver]
The Markey Amendment says that telecommunication and cable giants like AT&T and Verizon that provide broadband access have the obligation “not to block, impair, degrade, discriminate against, or interfere with the ability of any person to use a broadband connection to access, use, send, receive, or offer lawful content, applications, or services over the Internet.” The House Committee votes on the amendment today.
As it stands, the bill introduces the Federal Communications Commission to the issue requiring the FCC to address Net Neutrality complaints and levy fines of $500,000 against those found in violation.
Save the Internet.com, House Committee Vote Results: The Momentum Shifts in Our Favor
Ok, so the vote on the Markey amendment to protect the internet has happened, and it was voted down, 34-22. That is a big deal. ItÃ¢â¬â¢s too bad we lost the vote, but we expected that loss. What we did not expected was the narrow margin. By way of comparison, the subcommittee vote was 23-8, which means we should have gotten blown out of the water.
And this Net Neutrality You-Tube link [via AskaNinja.com]
–ME “Liz” Strauss
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