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Q1. How does net neutrality relate to equity and how is it a social justice issue?
- — 📚 Greg 💻 Bem 📱 (@bembrarian)Mon, Jul 24 2017 18:06:20A note for new #critlib folks, please use the prefix A1, A2, etc when responding to the questions! We'll get started with Q1 in a moment.
- — Zoe Fisher (@zoh_zoh)Mon, Jul 24 2017 18:12:08A1 on a more serious note, Internet-based info whether it's cat videos or recipes or Twitter should be equally available to folks. #critlib
#critlib chat: net neutrality
This chat is based around net neutrality, primarily focusing on the context of recent governmental decisions/stances and organizational responses regarding net neutrality laws, with net neutrality literacy and net neutrality education being primary themes/talking points. The goal of this chat is to show what libraries are actively doing and thinking now, and what next steps are needed to follow-up on these issues.
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