[Libs-Or] Fwd: July 12

Adam Carlson Adam.Carlson at mcminnvilleoregon.gov
Thu Jul 6 08:52:24 PDT 2017

Hi Janet,

Thank you for your hard work at OLA.

I’m not seeing any links in your email. Were you pointing us here<http://www.olaweb.org/net-neutrality-2017>? Or maybe here<http://www.olaweb.org/intellectual-freedom-resources>?

I find it laughable that the FCC is trying to strip broadband neutrality by relabeling it as “information services”. Big ISP’s seem to have forgotten that the internet would be nothing but a “series of tubes<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Series_of_tubes>” without the content that society puts onto it. The real information services are librarians that help people make sense of everything that’s out there.

Adam Carlson
Circulation Supervisor
McMinnville Public Library
(503) 435-5556

From: Janet Webster [mailto:janet.webster at charter.net]
Sent: Wednesday, July 5, 2017 5:40 PM
To: Adam Carlson <Adam.Carlson at mcminnvilleoregon.gov>
Cc: Diedre Conkling <diedre08 at gmail.com>; libs-or <libs-or at listsmart.osl.state.or.us>
Subject: Re: [Libs-Or] Fwd: July 12

Here’s the OLA information on net neutrality.  The Legislative Committee has some examples of comments on the FCC draft ruling that are helpful.

-Janet Webster
OLA Legislative Committee

On Jul 5, 2017, at 2:57 PM, Adam Carlson <Adam.Carlson at mcminnvilleoregon.gov<mailto:Adam.Carlson at mcminnvilleoregon.gov>> wrote:

Thanks for sharing Diedre,

If anyone out there is wondering why net neutrality matters to libraries ALA has a nice page explaining why<http://www.ala.org/advocacy/telecom/netneutrality#why>.

I especially appreciate this quote: “A world in which librarians and other noncommercial enterprises are of necessity limited to the Internet’s “slow lanes” while high-definition movies can obtain preferential treatment seems to us to be overlooking a central priority for a democratic society– the necessity of enabling educators, librarians, and, in fact, all citizens to inform themselves and each other just as much as the major commercial and media interests can inform them.”

I’ll be doing what I can next week. I hope you’ll join me.

Adam Carlson
Circulation Supervisor
McMinnville Public Library
(503) 435-5556

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Subject: [Libs-Or] Fwd: July 12

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From: Josh at FFTF <team at fightforthefuture.org<mailto:team at fightforthefuture.org>>
Date: Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 10:39 AM
Subject: July 12
To: <diedre08 at gmail.com<mailto:diedre08 at gmail.com>>

We need you to push this over the edge. The most important thing you can do is get as many people as possible to join the July 12 day of action.
Hi there,
The July 12th Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality is less than a week away. And while momentum continues to build for our movement, Team Cable is fighting dirty.
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At the end of the day, the fight for Internet freedom, is, essentially, the fight for an open society that allows each of us to reach our fullest potential.
We think that’s worth fighting for, and we’re glad that you do too.
For the Internet,
Josh, Evan, Holmes, Tiff, Laila, Joe, Sarah, and the team at Fight for the Future

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