Perspectives on Digital Management and Internet Censorship 1. Net neutrality is concept which stipulates that internet users should experience no levels of restrictions in their access. The use of software, hardware, or any other means of disturbing, limiting, or otherwise inhibiting this communication is forbidden when true net neutrality is in place. An important aspect of net neutrality is the parity for users that the concept elucidates. If one internet user pays for internet service at a certain level, then any other user paying for the same level of access should be able to connect that first user with the same level of access. A major part of net neutrality is the principal that all internet service providers should treat data...The end:
.....this provision covers anti-circumvention regulations. This pertains to the copy-protection methods used in creating the copyrighted material. Title II: Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act This provision handles the protections afforded to internet service providers. The protection pertains to ascertaining whether they have done everything in their power to protect their systems from being used for copyright infringement which occurs through internet access by their users. References Talbot, D. (2010). China's Internet Paradox. Technology Review, 113(3), 62-67. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database. Zakaria, F. (2010). CLASH OF THE TITANS. Newsweek, 155(4), 34- 36. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database.