Educators, ed-tech companies ask for stronger net neutrality rules to protect innovation and preserve the democratizing power of the web

[caption id="attachment_153199" align="alignleft" width="150"]net-neutrality An overwhelming majority of comments from education stakeholders pushed for stronger net neutrality rules.[/caption]

Letting broadband companies charge more for content providers to stream their services at faster speeds threatens ed-tech innovation, thousands of school stakeholders argue.

The Federal Communications Commission’s latest “net neutrality” proposal has stirred controversy because it would allow companies like Google, Netflix, and Skype to pay extra to ensure faster transmission...

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