NTIA Chief: Net Needs a Ref

Eggerton, John
March 2010
Multichannel News;3/1/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p14
The article reports on the statement by U.S. National Telecommunications & Information Administration Head Lawrence Strickling. It is stated that Strickling cites the importance of the government involvement in managing Internet policy tensions. According to Strickling, a hands-off policy is not suitable for the Internet that has become very important in the society. It also mentions the support of President Barack Obama to network-neutrality regulations, including privacy and data protection.


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