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Saving Net Neutrality

Ernesto Falcon from the Electronic Frontier Foundation

by Ernesto Falcón

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Falcón, E. (2017). Saving Net Neutrality. In Tarnoff, B. (ed) Tech Against Trump. Logic Foundation, pp. 141-154

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But there's a persistent divide in the tech industry on this issue between the executives and the rank-and-file engineers. The executives are always our problem. They're always thinking, "Well, what's going to maximize the profits?" It's the people who work under them who want to shape the world in a positive way, and who aren't as tied to that overriding profit motive.

on why large companies might see ending net neutrality as an opportunity

—p.147 by Ernesto Falcón 3 years, 4 months ago

But there's a persistent divide in the tech industry on this issue between the executives and the rank-and-file engineers. The executives are always our problem. They're always thinking, "Well, what's going to maximize the profits?" It's the people who work under them who want to shape the world in a positive way, and who aren't as tied to that overriding profit motive.

on why large companies might see ending net neutrality as an opportunity

—p.147 by Ernesto Falcón 3 years, 4 months ago