Network neutrality with Internet Society
Following to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chair Ajit Pai announcement that in the FCC’s upcoming December 14 meeting they will vote to remove the Title II classification of Internet service providers, The Internet Society is repeating basics of network neutrality.
In Their article +I Internet Society are explaining in detail how network neutrality works with the core values of the global Internet
Policy brief: network neutrality
The policy brief outlines key considerations, challenges, guiding principles.
A key element of the Internet architecture is that user data is relayed throughout the Internet in the form of standardized packets of information without regard to their content, senders, or receivers. This nondiscriminatory approach to Internet traffic is a central premise of the Internet’s operation. It allows data to easily move across networks without being impeded by the nature of the data itself. Fundamentally, this open internetworking approach is one of the underpinnings that have made the Internet successful.
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Originally shared by Internet Society
Choice and transparency are fundamental to a free and open Internet. Simply put, users should be able to access the Internet content and services they choose without corporate or government interference. Now is not the time to give up on these goals.