Net Neuter

McDonell, Keelin
May 2006
New Republic;5/29/2006, Vol. 234 Issue 20, p8
The article discusses former White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry, who is coming under criticism by weblog authors for his support of government regulation of the Internet. McCurry joined Public Strategies Washington, a consulting firm that specializes in telecommunications and international trade, after leaving the White House, and has since been accused of selling out to the telecommunications industry.


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