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The HumpDay Holla - LIFE, UNPLUGGED

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Google and Verizon have testified before Congress about the legitimacy of "net neutrality." Most bloggers have summarized their position to mean that anyone with home internet service should be allowed the same level of connectivity speed, but wireless mobile service should be determined by competitive advantage...meaning, what the company can pay trickles down to access for its subscriber base. With so many people turning to mobile services as their primary data sources, what does this mean for the average user? And, are we too dependent on our electronic appendages anyway? Could a decrease in internet access prompt a return to more face-to-face social interaction? We'll explore these ideas, along with some great music, this week on The Holla.