Fighting for your Internet rights

A manifesto was released July 2nd called the Declaration of Internet Freedom that basically argues for a free and open Internet based on five basic principles. Suffice to say, columnist Mark Gibbs of has more than five issues with the manifesto writers.

(Click to read “Why We Don’t Need Internet Rights But Do Need a Level Playing Field“)

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