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Hank Green Takes on the New Neutrality Debate in 3 Minutes

 - May 7, 2014
References: youtu.be & holykaw.alltop
To inform viewers about both sides of the net neutrality debate, Hank Green of the YouTube-famous vlogbrothers duo argues the issue with himself in a concise 3 minute video. Along with his brother John Green, Hank has been uploading videos to the internet addressing one another since 2007. The videos are all under 4 minutes unless the videos are educational. While the net neutrality debate would likely fall within that category, Hank manages to get it done in three.

Known for his lighting fast speaking skills, the man behind the Emmy Award-Winning Lizzy Bennet Diaries presents both sides as an internet user and an internet service provider. Hank represents each side fairly, even though he is for keeping the web an open, collaborative and creative space.