The closing of the digital mind is looming. The open Internet has fostered unprecedented creativity, innovation and access to knowledge and to other kinds of social, economic, cultural, and political opportunities across the globe.

Today, this open Internet is endangered by powerful service providers seeking to become gatekeepers who decide with what performance users can access content on the Internet. We don’t want to prevent these companies from using reasonable and necessary methods to manage their networks, but these acts cannot be a pretext to eliminate openness nor to police content.

Net neutrality requires that the Internet be maintained as an open platform, on which network providers treat all content, applications and services equally, without discrimination.

Custom Connect as the global thought leader in the field of connectivity, supports the initiatives of the Free Internet community. We favor neutrality, in the approach at the selection of carriers but also in an unrestricted flow of data through the internet.

The fundamental openness of this crucial medium must be preserved, and to this end the organization offers the resources for activists, academics, policy makers and technologists who share this common vision.

Visit the website: This is Net Neutrality 

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