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Internet Regulation/Net Neutrality

A Subject Guide providing suggested resources and other information for beginning research on the topic Internet Regulation/Net Neutrality.

Background Information

Net neutrality is the idea that internet service providers and governments should treat all data and information on the internet equally and not discriminate or charge more based on who the user is, what the content is, or the mode of communication. Use the following sources to learn more about internet regulation and net neutrality and the political, legal, and social issues surrounding it.