Net Neutrality Highlighted in Research Library Issues

« The latest issue of Research Library Issues (RLI) explores the implications of the US Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) reversal of its Open Internet Order, with a focus on research libraries and their institutions and users. The reversal, which is set to go into effect on April 23, 2018, will likely undermine net neutrality by allowing internet service providers to block, delay, or prioritize specific content, as well as track, record, and resell usage data. This issue of RLI discusses possible responses the research community and others could take to counteract or overturn the FCC’s recent action. (…) »

source >, Kaylyn Groves, 20 avril 2018