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Network Neutrality and Digital Dialogic Communication: How Public, Private, and Government Forces Shape Internet Policy

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ISBN13: 9781138317758
Published: September 2018
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £45.00



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In the months after the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) 2017 decision to repeal network neutrality as US policy, it is easy to forget the decades of public, organizational, media and governmental struggle to control digital policy and open access to the internet. Using dialogic communication tactics, the public, governmental actors and organizations impacted the ruling through YouTube comments, the FCC online system and social network communities. Network neutrality, which requires that all digital sites can be accessed with equal speed and ability, is an important example of how dialogic communication facilitates public engagement in policy debates. However, the practice and ability of the public, organizations and media to engage in dialogic communication are also greatly impacted by the FCC’s decision.

This book reflects on decades of global engagement in the network neutrality debate and the evolution of dialogic communication techniques used to shape one of the most relevant and critical digital policies in history.

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Subjects:
IT and Internet Law
Contents:
Introduction to Network Neutrality and Dialogic Communication
Chapter 1: Overview of Network Neutrality
Chapter 2: Political and Governmental Interpretations
Chapter 3: FCC and Regulatory Discourses
Chapter 4: Organizational and Industrial Interpretations
Chapter 5: Media Interpretations
Chapter 6: Public Involvement
Chapter 7: Global Reach
Chapter 8: Digital Dialogic Implications
Conclusion
Appendix: Methodological Approaches