Net neutrality rules passed in 2015 served to protect content on the web and prevent service providers from blocking or slowing certain content and opening up fast lanes for those who pay. All content was considered equal. But Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission voted on a rule change that eliminates net neutrality. How will that impact creators of content, internet service providers, and you? Join The Sound of Ideas for a discussion. Then, a look at Housing First, a collaborative in Cuyahoga County that announced it is on pace to end long-term homelessness in the region by 2020.
-Brian Ray, Professor of Law, Director of the Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection, Cleveland State University
-Jonathan Adler, Professor of Law; Director, Center for Business Law and Regulation, Case Western Reserve University
-Sue Krey, President, The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland
-Mark McDermott, Vice President and Ohio Market Leader, Enterprise Community Partners
-Susan Neth, Executive Director, Frontline Service