Sunday, February 19, 2017

Sanders on net neutrality

Following up on this post, and the one linked within it, Sanders comments on this article about losing net neutrality:

"Net neutrality is an issue of enormous consequence for our democracy. At a time when a handful of giant media conglomerates control much of what we see, hear and read it is imperative that we avoid corporate control of the internet. What net neutrality means is that everyone has the same access to the same information regardless of whether they are rich or poor, a major media outlet or a small blog. We have to close the digital gap, not expand it. We have to make certain that Trump, his FCC chairman and Republicans in Congress do not make the internet any less democratic than it is today."

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