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Tag Archives: netneutrality
This week on the Future Trends Forum we’re returning to net neutrality and education, with the help of one of educational technology’s leaders on the issue. On Thursday, January 25th, from 2-3 pm EST, we’ll be joined by Jarret Cummings, … Continue reading
On December 14th, 2017, the United States FCC ended its policy of net neutrality. I’ve been writing about this topic for some time (on balkanization; on EDUCAUSE; on Internet2; on ISTE and NMC; on zero rating) and now would like … Continue reading
Could one argue against net neutrality in order to support poor people? This seems to be what Wikipedia is urging, and offers all of us an unusual spin on the net neutrality question. The key to this approach is that it … Continue reading