I have cyber ethics questions on net neutrality and internet friends. 150-300 word responses to each.
1. Tim Wu makes an analogy between access-tiering and refrigerators, while Christopher Yoo
makes an analogy between access-tiering and FedEx. Which analogy do you think is more
appropriate and why?
2.) As you may know, you get fewer options on Netflix in Canada than in the U.S. So many
Canadian Netflix customers set their computer to pretend that they're accessing from the U.S. in
order to access a greater variety of television shows and movies. Recently, (June 2015) the
president of Bell Media said that watching U.S. Netflix in Canada by using various location-
hiding services is stealing. See this article here:
. What do you think? Is it
stealing or not? Why?
3.) In the U.S., the FCC recently (early 2015) reclassified broadband access as a Title II service.
What does this mean? Do you think that this should have been done? Why or why not?
4.) Recently, there has been controversy about ad-blocking ever since Apple made it possible for
consumers to block ads on their iOS devices (iPhones and iPads). See
The Atlantic, "The Allure
of an Ad-Free Internet"
The New York Times, "Enabling of Ad Blocking in Apple’s
. Which side is right and why? Do you use ad blockers? Why or why not?
5.) Recently (mid-February 2016), a California judge ordered Apple computers to help the FBI
access an iPhone that belonged to one of the two shooters involved in the horrible San
Bernandino mass shooting in 2015. Apple has publicly refused. Why have they refused? Who do
you think is right in this debate and why?
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