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The Lowdown on Net Neutrality in One Minute

Wednesday, March 01, 2017 By Ryan Sluggett, Truthout | Video
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The vast majority of conservatives and liberals agree on the importance of maintaining net neutrality. Learn in one minute how Trump's new appointment to the FCC, Ajit Pai, threatens internet freedom as we know it.

Copyright, Truthout. May not be reprinted without permission.

Ryan Sluggett

Born in Canada (1981) and based in Los Angeles, Ryan Sluggett is a visual artist who has shown his paintings and animated installations across the US and Canada for the past decade, and is collected in museums including the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles and the Vancouver Art Gallery. Recently, his work has turned towards the art of caricature and political cartoons inspired by the likes of James Gillray and William Hogarth. 

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The Lowdown on Net Neutrality in One Minute

Wednesday, March 01, 2017 By Ryan Sluggett, Truthout | Video
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The vast majority of conservatives and liberals agree on the importance of maintaining net neutrality. Learn in one minute how Trump's new appointment to the FCC, Ajit Pai, threatens internet freedom as we know it.

Copyright, Truthout. May not be reprinted without permission.

Ryan Sluggett

Born in Canada (1981) and based in Los Angeles, Ryan Sluggett is a visual artist who has shown his paintings and animated installations across the US and Canada for the past decade, and is collected in museums including the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles and the Vancouver Art Gallery. Recently, his work has turned towards the art of caricature and political cartoons inspired by the likes of James Gillray and William Hogarth.