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Why Net Neutrality Is So Important: The Telecom Industry And Monopoly Power


“The rich are getting gouged, the poor are very often left out, and this means that we’re creating, yet again, two Americas, and deepening inequality through this communications inequality,” Crawford tells Bill Moyers.

Susan P. Crawford (born 1963) is a professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. She has served as President Barack Obama‘s Special Assistant for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy (2009) and is a columnist for Bloomberg View. She is a former Board Member of ICANN, the international organization that regulates the Internet Protocol, the founder of OneWebDay, and a legal scholar. Her research focuses on telecommunications and information law.

Susan Crawford, “Captive Audience, the Telecom Industry and monopoly power in the new gilded age.

Tubes, A Journey to the Centre of the Internet, byAndrew Blum

from BillMoyers.com. Video interview via Vimeo. Bill Moyers & Company

Bill Moyers. com

Julius GenachowskiFCC  global race

 

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