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Some must-see Net neutrality videos

Sometimes, images and sound get the point across better than words (or in this case, a combination of images, sound, and words).  Yesterday, Stefano Boscutti sent me a Windows video (downloadable from our servers, with his permission.
Written by David Berlind, Inactive on
Save the Internet: Click hereSometimes, images and sound get the point across better than words (or in this case, a combination of images, sound, and words).  Yesterday, Stefano Boscutti sent me a Windows video (downloadable from our servers, with his permission. A Quicktime version is available.) that he apparently put together that uses the metaphor of a supposedly open trail through the woods, surrounded by a sprawl of restricting street signs to get a point across about how the telcos are looking to control just how open the Internet is and to promote SaveTheInternet.com.  So, I visited SaveTheInternet.com and when I got there, I found another good video on the subject matter by Moby (shot in Washington, DC where some ludicrous laws are making their way through Congress).  Also, here's Boscutti's Web site.
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