MLA Joins in Issuing Net Neutrality Principles

The MLA has joined other higher education and library organizations to release a set of neutrality principles that they recommend form the basis of an upcoming Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decision to protect the openness of the Internet. “The Modern Language Association is committed to the principles of net neutrality that have long protected the fundamental character of the Internet as a space for open, nondiscriminatory, and creative communication,” said Executive Director Rosemary G. Feal about the release. Members may also wish to read the Executive Council’s related letter to the FCC and statement to members.