What Net Neutrality Really Means For Religious Freedom

When the FCC announced recently that it would adopt new regulations for the Internet – regulations commonly known as Net Neutrality – the announcement was widely cheered by champions of free speech and denigrated by those who feared this was government overreach. One columnist went so far as to say that Net Neutrality would let the government monitor religious leaders and their communications. But many religious freedom advocates, like activist Valerie Kaur of FaithfulInternet.org, know that Net Neutrality will bring incredible positive benefits to religious communities and religious freedom. Tune in to find out what she thinks Net Neutrality really means. - See more at: http://stateofbelief.com/segments/what-net-neutrality-really-means-for-r...

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