A recent ruling by a federal court on the Open Internet (Net Neutrality) Order could have a major impact on how schools are able to deliver content to students online. Under the ruling, Internet service providers could charge individual companies, such as Netflix and Amazon, for access to faster broadband speeds. Some say that this model could put the nonprofit educational system at a disadvantage, while others say that in the long term the ruling could benefit education.
What impact will net-neutrality ruling have on educational content?
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