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8th graders make awesome Net neutrality explainer

Congratulations to eighth graders Melissa Yu, Katy Becker, and Sara Atkins for winning first prize in C-SPAN’s StudentCam contest. Their 7:45 minute video explainer of Net neutrality — the policy and the politics — is clear, fair, and smart.

3 Responses to “8th graders make awesome Net neutrality explainer”

  1. That’s a nice video, it’s easy to see why they won the prize.

    Still, preservation of the status quo is a stupid tech policy objective, however: Permanent revolution is the path forward.

  2. Congratulations to eighth graders Melissa Yu, Katy Becker, and Sara Atkins for winning first prize in C-SPAN’s StudentCam contest. Their 7:45 minute video explainer of Net neutrality — the policy and the politics — is clear, fair, and smart.

  3. […] (Hat tip to Joho) […]

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