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Net neutrality is a fundamental principle of the Internet that ensures that all users have access to the same information and services, regardless of their location, Internet service provider, or device type.

Net neutrality is based on the idea that the Internet is a public and open space, where all users have the same rights and opportunities. This means that Internet service providers must not discriminate between different types of data traffic, such as video, voice or text traffic.

Net neutrality is important for several reasons. First, it ensures that users have access to a wide range of information and services. Secondly, it promotes innovation, as content creators and innovators do not have to worry about being discriminated against by their Internet service providers. Third, it protects the rights of users by allowing them to freely choose the services and content they want to use.