Impact of Net Neutrality and the Open Internet Order on Security and Privacy in Education

Author:
Lorie M. Liebrock, Judy Holcomb, Kaley Goatcher, Jesse B. Crawford, Tyler Cecil
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01 July 2015
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The Open Internet Order is the result of a multi-year Federal Communications Commission (FCC) effort to address the challenge of net neutrality. This paper analyzes the impact of the Open Internet Order on universities in terms of standard operating procedures, costs, security, privacy, and quality of education. This paper only considers the US regulations that affect Internet access and their implications on universities. These regulations may also have wide-ranging international implications, which are not considered here.

Impact of Net Neutrality and the Open Internet Order on Security and Privacy in Education