net neutrality and pipes

This video is one of the best explanations of net neutrality that I’ve seen. Look past the American images or fill in Canadian phone and cable companies and substitute the House of Commons for Congress and it’s describes what’s happening in Canada.

“You connect to the web through pipes owned by telephone and cable companies, but the deal is they’re not allowed to mess with what’s inside those pipes…everybody’s website gets the same speed and quality, that’s called Net Neutrality”

Check out Devon Greyson’s resolution on net neutrality.

Also, check out the Stop the Throttler campaign that is drawing attention to Bell and Rodger’s practice of restricting bandwidth on downloading. Join the Facebook group, if that’s your thing.

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