Speaking to a group of Howard University Students, U.S. presidential candidate John Edwards talked about Net Neutrality and joined a growing list of U.S. presidential candidates that support NN. A list that includes senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
You can watch his speech on YouTube. The most interesting thing he said, to me, was that he perceives a lack of Net Neutrality as having the potential to stomp on grassroots democracy and limit independant media.
While the U.S debate for NN rages on, who will get behind the cause in Canada? So-far, no MP or candidate with the exception of Paul Crête [bloc] has even mentioned the words Net Neutrality on Video. But I’m waiting, watching and will post whatever Canadian content I can get my hands on.