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Internet Regulation

Internet Regulation
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The possibility of regulations designed to mandate the neutrality of the Internet has been subject to fierce debate around the world.

Internet regulation is basically restricting or controlling access to certain aspects or information. Internet regulation consists of: Censorship of data, and controlling aspects of the Internet such as domain registration, IP address control and more.

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The Internet Society works to ensure three key aspects of the Internet be retained, regardless of how the network and its underlying protocols evolve: permissionless innovation, open access, and collaboration.

The idea that anyone can innovate on the Internet is a fundamental and important aspect of the Internet experience  we need to preserve.

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