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The Right to Bear Ar–, Or Is It Access the Internet?

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3 Responses

  1. How does the “net neutrality” debate look through this lens?

  2. Deven says:


    Great question. I am suggesting that such debates have another component, perhaps a political one that relates to issues beyond the creative and productive ones that are in play so far. The problem is that I am not sure that I have an argument regarding a guarantee for use of materials. But it seems that insofar as a law stopped someone from operating or connecting to the net or doing so in an anonymous manner, that could be the problem. I am still sorting these ideas so I could easily find that changes and the consideration of several issues are needed.

  3. lens, thanks for the answer. I had the same question with John`s.

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