Net Neutrality

Last modified on March 8, 2017

Net Neutrality, or what we prefer to call Net Equality, is the concept of treating internet data the same regardless of who it comes from or where it’s going. It ensures your Netflix stream isn’t deliberately slowed down by your internet provider, who just so happens to provide a competing service. It protects the young internet start-up from being bullied out of their market by more established (read: wealthy) businesses.

You’re going to be reading a lot in the coming months/year about what it is, what it isn’t, and what it means for you. This is an incredibly important topic that is unsurprisingly complicated.

We’ll be posting more on this topic in the coming months and we’d love to entertain your questions and thoughts. For now, we’d like you to read what Tom Wheeler, the FCC Chairman, had to say about their plans for Net Neutrality.