Net Neutrality Explained in ‘Maddening’ Terms (Good)

Net neutrality, the principle that Internet service providers and government should treat all data on the Web equally, regardless of user, content, site, platform or mode of communication, is a complex and somewhat arcane issue, but made more understandable in ways that Good magazine says will “probably … make you mad.” Watch. Discuss.

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