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    “Net neutrality is the principle that Internet providers like Comcast & Verizon should not control what we see and do online”(battleforthenet). If net neutrality isn’t passed, we, the int

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    • Hello everyone.

      My name is Herlinda Mendoza and I am a student at Fremont High School here in Oakland. I just read your project blog post and I have some feedback.
      One thing I liked about what you wrote was that you guys added information explaining the cause of net neutrality. Also I liked that you guys are hanging up posters around your school to let people know about the subject.

      Something I have a question about is, if you guys chose this subject ? if you did why?

      Thank you for sharing your project!
      Herlinda

      • Dear Herlinda,

        My team and I did choose net neutrality as our topic as it greatly impacts us youth who in this generation are very connected to the internet, and there was a lot of passion about our freedom on the internet. That is why our group chose this topic, and we wanted to share and invite others to join the fight.

    • My name is DeMarreon and I am a student at Fremont High School here in Oakland. I just read your project blog post and I have some feedback.
      One thing I liked about what you wrote was when you showed us a example of what net neutrality was. You did a good job explaining it also but the picture made it more clear.Another thing I liked wass when you told us that people are trying to fight back to it than just let it happen

      Something I have a question about is when did net neutrality start and why?

      Thank you for sharing your project!
      De’Marreon

      • On February 26, 2015, the FCC ruled in favor of net neutrality by reclassifying broadband as a common carrier under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934 and Section 706 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. On April 13, 2015, the FCC published the final rule on its new “net neutrality” regulations.
        I don’t understand your why? What do you mean why? Are you addressing why net neutrality was created, repealed, etc?

    • I think this topic on whether our internet providers are allowed to control what we can do and can’t is important. This action is going to affect a lot of people and some don’t even know about it. I think it is great that more people are speaking up about this, great post provided with good evidence and citations.

    • hello everyone
      first of all I have to say that definitely, net neutrality is something that we need to fight for. one thing that I would say that I like was how if we don’t fight for net neutrality people will suffer especially small businesses. one thing that I would like to ask is what are some things that will help our cause and if yes then what are some ways.

    • Dear Cesario,
      I appreciate the information of net neutrality because I was a bit confused on what it was and who it affected. I also agree that we should fight for it since it’s a disadvantage for low income communities who may find it difficult to pay for the internet. Thank you for focusing on this topic and giving important information about it.
      Best,
      Daniela

    • Hello Cesario, I think we should have the freedom to use the internet instead of getting charged to do so. In fact most people in the U.S. nowadays use the internet and once net neutrality is put to an end there are going to be series of events in order to gain net neutrality once more. Do you see net neutrality as a good thing or a bad thing if so in what ways how is it good or bad?

    • I think it’s a well supported piece of writing. It’s great that you’re trying to bring the attention this one had, it lasted for about a week then sadly depleted. This is still a current issue which isn’t talked about anymore which is why it’s wonderful that you’re advocating for this with, what I see as, good knowledge of the subject.

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    I am amazed by your work about,¨Why I’m funny as hell¨ , because I am trash to make poems. I have so much trouble to making poems. One sentence that stood out to me is,¨ I could be funny and make anyone happy when there down¨I think it’s great that you make people smile. Their are people like you in my class and I think it’s great tha…Read More

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    Thank you Ravi, reading that you understand my struggle makes me feel more hopeful and see that people can understand and read what illegals go through and I would appreciate it if you can tell me your story.

  • Dear Briceida,
    I am impressed by your post, ¨Oakland’s Human trafficking”because your post is very different from others. Also I never really thought about human trafficking and your post really woke me up to learn and read more about this.
    One sentence that really stand out to me is:¨The goal is to educate, create public awareness, conduct outre…Read More

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