Lila has a question for us to begin thinking about. Let's throw our thoughts up here!
"...you all might want to think about how having to pay for access to the "fast" part of the Internet (think of high bandwidth services like video streaming, VOIP and other ways we all currently use to collaborate online) would be detrimental to open education and the people who rely on it. We will want to tell a compelling story about the real people who will be impacted by these rules - this is not just big companies battling each other."
Delia has suggested, "I would refer to other countries approach to net neutruality –http://www.forbes.com/sites/emmawoollacott/2014/04/03/europe-votes-for-net-neutrality-in-no-uncertain-terms/ - and point out how the proposed rules will disadvantage the US re innovation and education- "