FCC Chairman Wheeler has stated on the record that any proposed rule will
prohibit blocking access to legal content. He waved the big sec. 2 stick.

The proposed changes would apply to higher charges to "fast lane" content.
He has also specifically mentioned schools and libraries as groups
deserving of good service.

If you are a librarian for Netflix, your plans may chance due to increased
costs in other business units.

If you are not in a business based on streaming high volume, latency &
jitter sensitive traffic, the impact of the proposed rules on your plans
for library linked data is likely to be indirect...

On May 5, 2014 2:21 PM, "Cindy Wolff" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi Mac,
>    It's a good question which we don't have any kind of answer for yet.
> Even
> if things are to be carried out as planned (whatever that is), we still
> might see the effects of the loss of net neutrality as things try to get
> linked and then searched.
> Cindy
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: [BIBFRAME] Net Neutrality
> Will the possible loss of "net neutrality" impact plans for library linked
> data?
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