The September Issue of Game Informer Examines Net Neutrality

September 1, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

Net Neutrality gets some much needed love in the September 2014 issue of Game Informer. Game Informer is the number one gaming magazine in the United States, so it's good to see it taking a closer look at how fast lanes, data caps, and general discrimination of traffic by ISPs can affect everyday consumers.

Also of note in this feature: GI talks to Entertainment Consumer Association president Hal Halpin about why gamers should pay attention to and care about this issue. The ECA is the only gamer-focused group that has been sounding the alarm bells on net neutrality on a regular basis. As a pro-consumer non-profit who cares deeply about advocating for gamers, the ECA has pushed hard to help everyday citizens let their voices be heard through regular advocacy campaigns aimed at lawmakers in Washington.

Look for the September issue of Game Informer on newsstands, in book stores, and wherever fine gaming publications are sold - it also features some new information about Assassin's Creed Unity...

For information about Game Informer, check out www.gameinformer.com. For more information on the ECA's ongoing advocacy related to net neutrality, visit the ECA Action page.

(Image via Game Informer.)

[Full Disclosure: GamePolitics is an ECA publication.]


 
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