NAB Neutral on Net Neutrality, NRB is Not

September 18, 2014

NRB wants the FCC to prevent content blocking, but it is not focused on ISPS. Instead it talks about the censorship of speech rights it says is practiced by edge providers, which it argues have shown an "overall pattern" of squashing religious viewpoints on social platforms and App stores with takedown policies defended under the broad rubric of "hate speech."

 

Read more at: http://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/washington/nab-neutral-net-neutrality/134109


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