Obama Joins Open Internet Fight With Net Neutrality Plan
President Obama has asked the Federal Communications Commission to implement four major rules to ensure net neutrality.By Jamal Andress | November 10, 2014
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA VIA THE WHITE HOUSE: "There are no gatekeepers deciding which sites you get to access, and there are no toll roads on the information superhighway. … That's why I'm laying out a plan to keep the Internet free and open."
Monday morning the Obama administration made a full blitz in favor of net neutrality with the White House releasing this video and and this statement on the contentious issue.
President Barack Obama has asked the Federal Communications Commission to implement four major rules to ensure net neutrality: no blocking by Internet service providers, no speeding up or slowing down Web content — also known as throttling — from ISPs, increased transparency between ISPs and the consumer and no paid prioritization.