The Internet is now crucial to all aspects of our lives including communication and information gathering. Whether we’re on-line shopping, locating health care providers, finding employment or just cruising to make a dinner reservation, we do it all on the Net. In this Internet centered society, what do you feel are the social justice implications of Net Neutrality?
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