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Thu March 27, 2014
Internet Access & Net Neutrality, Explained
Taking on the Telecom industry with “net neutrality,” the concept that all websites are treated equally in terms of cost and access. There’s a rising concern that internet companies are gaining too much control over online content, and a court recently ruled in favor of the industry. We’re talking with the author of a new book called “Captive Audience” and see what may happen next.
- Susan Crawford – visiting professor of Intellectual Property at Harvard Law School, and the author of “Captive Audience: The Telecom Industry and Monopoly Power in the New Gilded Age.”