Bouquetin à Champagny le Haut en SAVOIE LIBRE

Bouquetin à Champagny le Haut en SAVOIE LIBRE

lundi 10 novembre 2014

BARACK OBAMA, MAISON BLANCHE , INTERNET, ECHO DES MONTAGNES, FREDERIC BERGER

The White House

If you like the Internet...

This morning, President Obama asked the FCC to put in place strong rules to protect the Internet.
Every day, the Internet unlocks countless possibilities for creation and innovation. And one reason it's been so successful is a level playing field: Most service providers have traditionally treated all Internet traffic equally.
That's the principle of "net neutrality." It's an idea that says an entrepreneur's fledgling company should have the same chance to succeed as established corporations, and access to a high school student's blog shouldn't be unfairly slowed down to make way for advertisers with more money.
As the FCC considers new rules, we simply can't take that principle for granted.

Hear directly from President Obama why he supports net neutrality, and what that means for you. Then pass this message on to anyone who cares about the future of the Internet.
Watch this important message from President Obama.
http://www.whitehouse.gov/net-neutrality