internet freedom http://kbia.org en Net Neutrality: where the debate is going and how it might affect you http://kbia.org/post/net-neutrality-where-debate-going-and-how-it-might-affect-you <p></p><p><font color="#2a2a2a"><span style="">The internet age has brought to us the ability to get large amounts of information, from across the globe, delivered to our fingertips within seconds. This access provides us with a powerful amount of interconnectedness, and information (not to mention entertainment!). But how should this access and interconnectedness be distributed? Should it be available to everyone equally, or should big companies - like Netflix and Amazon - be restricted because of the amount of data they are streaming? What does all of this mean for the economy, democracy and those of us just trying to stream movies at home? Mon, 24 Mar 2014 22:40:00 +0000 Ryan Famuliner 50161 at http://kbia.org Net Neutrality: where the debate is going and how it might affect you Censorship in South Korea http://kbia.org/post/censorship-south-korea <p>When you think about enemies of free speech in Asia, North Korea comes to mind as the biggest villain.&nbsp;</p><p>South Korea, on the other hand, has a robust democracy and a thriving economy. It’s perhaps the most wired country in the world, with the highest number of broadband connections per capita and an internet penetration approaching 90 percent.</p><p> Fri, 17 Aug 2012 16:02:13 +0000 Rehman Tungekar 19587 at http://kbia.org