We’ve collected the best Neutrality Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Megan Smith, Marvin Ammori, Alexander Hamilton, Ed Dwight, Max Eastman. Use them as an inspiration.
Net neutrality is such an important principle for the Web and for the Internet. It’s how the Internet’s operated for all this time.
Even to observe neutrality you must have a strong government.
People who demand neutrality in any situation are usually not neutral but in favor of the status quo.
When the Obama administration passed the net neutrality rules in 2015, even when we were winning, I favored trying to get these rules in a statute, because I feel that the best way to establish predictability for the marketplace is to make sure they’re not subject to the whims of a partisan vote at the FCC.
Apparently, all foreign media organisations have to follow an approved script of acceptable coverage, lest they are accused of interference. And make no mistake: we’re not talking about neutrality. The only acceptable approach was, ‘Support Clinton, attack Trump‘.
I think there wouldn’t be a Net neutrality debate in this country if we really had a competitive environment for access.
We need robust sustainability regulations for shipping that are internationally recognised and respected. This will ensure shipping plays its part in the global transition to carbon neutrality.
Our system presumes that there are certain principles that are more important than the temper of the times. And you must have a judge who is detached, who is independent, who is fair, who is committed only to those principles and not public pressures of other sort. That’s the meaning of neutrality.
The problem is neutrality ends in poverty, neutrality ends in choices that hurt people‘s lives. This administration is deliberately telling organizations that are there to help young girls make good choices, not to tell them what the good choice is. That is absolutely unconscionable.
Without net neutrality protections, the Internet would no longer be a free and open ecosystem for innovation.
Net neutrality is the right thing for our democracy, economy, and global competitiveness. And Americans support an open Internet.
I think there’s a short-term legislative strategy. I think there’s a longer-term legislative strategy in terms of enshrining net neutrality principles into law rather than a rule, and I think there’s an election strategy.
Any ‘network neutrality’ rule should be designed to forbid phone or cable companies from controlling the Internet.
Net neutrality isn’t a government takeover of the Internet, as many of my Republican colleagues have alleged.
I want to talk about privacy, the quality of the information you receive, whether it’s neutral or commercial or pointed, bringing consciousness to the lack of neutrality in the algorithms.
Unless your government is respectable, foreigners will invade your rights; and to maintain tranquillity, it must be respectable – even to observe neutrality, you must have a strong government.
If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality.
With the neutrality of the network being infringed with more and more laws against individual liberties and access to culture, we are taking away more benefits from people than what they are contributing.
‘Politico Magazine‘ listed me among the top 50 ‘thinkers, doers and visionaries transforming American politics‘ for my work in coalitions advancing net neutrality.
President Obama is a big supporter of keeping the Internet open. During his presidential campaign, he pledged his support to net neutrality repeatedly.
The Internet is the most democratic communication platform in history, largely because we’ve had network neutrality rules that make sure all web traffic is treated equally, and no voices are discriminated against.
To go back to a 1950s voice mentality with Title II and net neutrality would be a tremendous mistake for our country.
Net neutrality is the principle forbidding huge telecommunications companies from treating users, websites, or apps differently – say, by letting some work better than others over their pipes.
The good news is the Republicans have started to say the right things about net neutrality. The bad news is we’re not particularly close on what a bill would look like.
It’s an incredibly important thing to make sure we preserve net neutrality.
The American people do not like neutrality. They would rather a man were on the wrong side than on neither.