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As a school librarian — and the head of the American Library Association — I expect that the court’s ruling will negatively affect the daily lives of Americans in a number of ways, particularly children in K-12 schools. School, public, and college libraries rely upon the public availability of open, affordable internet access for school homework assignments, distance learning classes, e-government services, licensed databases, job-training videos, medical and scientific research, and many other essential services.

ALA President, Barbara Stripling in Why Net Neutrality’s Demise Hurts the Poor Most on wired.com. (via libraryadvocates)

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