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Net Neutrality and Broadband Access: A Civil Rights Issue

Max Eternity @ Truthout - "Every man is our brother, and every man's burden is our own. Where poverty exists, all are poorer. Where hate flourishes, all are corrupted. Where injustice reigns, all are unequal."

- Whitney Moore Young Jr.

Is net neutrality just a matter of the marketplace, or is it also a matter of ethics - a civil rights issue? And if the latter, how should broadband optimally serve the nation?

It's a question the Digital Divide Institute (DDI) asks on its website, where it addresses what it calls the five domains of innovation - public policy, finance, technology, management and ethics - the cornerstones of DDI's Meaningful Broadband initiative. Read more.


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