A Threat to Internet Freedom: Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger Explains Why Net Neutrality Matters

A couple weeks back, we mentioned that Brian Knappenberger had released his new documentary about Aaron Swartz, The Internet’s Own Boy, under a Creative Commons license, making it free to watch online. He now returns with a short op-doc for The New York Times. It’s called A Threat to Internet Freedom, and it explains why preserving Net neutrality remains “critically important for the future of Internet freedom and access.” It you’re getting up to speed on the whole net neutrality question, you’ll perhaps want to pair this video with Michael Goodwin’s new illustrated primer, Vi Hart’s doodle-filled introduction or John Oliver’s comedic but not less substantive take on the matter.

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