I was walking on the campus of University of Mary Washington and came upon a chalk board requesting students to make a statement about “What the Constitution means to them”. One student’s anonymous submission caught my attention because it relates to the concepts of this course:
“Really we need a free and open internet to assure that everyone can have access to the information we need. We need protection for whistle-blowers and the means for a freely informed public. We need Net Neutrality!”
And there you have it… The net neutrality debate in the real world.