How do you decide if a source is credible?
CARS Checklist for Evaluating Sources
Rank the following sources as to which you think would be most reliable and why:
How does Social Media Impact Society?
Rank the credibility of the following sources.
Defend your decision based on the information from the CARS checklist.
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⇒Answer the questions below. Answering these questions will require research. Use in-text citations, and cite your sources on a separate citations page in APA style. Remember, it’s up to you to determine the validity of your sources.
- What is Net Neutrality?
- List some individuals and groups who support Net Neutrality. List some individuals and groups who oppose it.
- Some internet service providers (ISPs) have proposed adding “fast lanes” to their networks. What is a “fast lane”?
- Who stands to benefit from adding these “fast lanes”? Why?
- If an ISP were to add a “fast lane” to its network, would it be supporting or violating Net Neutrality principles? Explain your answer.
- Who is the current Chairman of the FCC? What is the current position of the FCC?
- According to the Communications Act of 1934, what are the “Title II” provisions regarding common carriers?
- Why do Net Neutrality supporters want ISPs to be reclassified as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934?
- Why are Net Neutrality opponents against this reclassification?
⇒Write a 5 paragraph persuasive essay. You must develop and defend an opinion (with researched evidence)related to one of the following topics :
- The impact of Net Neutrality on Society
- The impact of Net Neutrality on Culture
- The impact of Net Neutrality on the Economy
(Example: Net neutrality is unfair economically to internet service providers)
It must include in-text citations and a references page from robust/credible sources