What is Net Neutrality?
Net Neutrality essentially keeps our “right to communicate freely online” which is an open internet. It means that your ISP (Internet Service Provider) doesn’t control or isn’t concerned with what you view or post online and it provides you with an open network. All data viewed online should not be discriminated against by the government
There is a film that is based on the story of information activist Aaron Swartz. Swartz, was in a two-year legal battle that resulted in him taking his own life from working in social justice and political organizing.
The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz

References:,2015. Net Neutrality: What You Need to Know Now. Available from: [Accessed: 28/03/2015]


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