Everyone agrees that there should be an open internet, and that no company should be allowed to block access to lawful websites; throttle or slow down traffic for anti-competitive or anti-consumer purposes; or unfairly discriminate against different content providers, services, or viewpoints online.
But that’s where the agreement ends. As congressional leaders begin work on a net neutrality bill, experts representing communities of color discuss what legislative solutions will protect our civil rights online while facilitating new applications.
@techlatino holds The Emerging Tech Leaders Summit series through for different regions to discuss the state of Latinos, broadband, digital divide, diversity and inclusion, privacy, telehealth, media ownership, spectrum, infrastructure (5G, 10G, small cells deployment,.and more.
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