Net Nuetrality "The legislative acts against the trust reposed in them when they endeavor to invade the property of the subject."

by : Peter Falvey

I believe John Locke would be in favor of net neutrality because it in no way affects or harms the rights of the people who are using it.

Locke writes "The Legislative neither must nor can transfer the power of making laws to any body else, or place it any where, but where the people have." (Locke 2)

"Such revolutions happen not upon every little mismanagement in public affairs. Great mistakes in the ruling part, many wrong and inconvenient laws."

What this quote is saying is that when the government makes huge mistakes in protecting the people's rights and are making unfair laws they have made a great mistake and the public will react.

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