The Future Will Be Net-Neutral

February 2010
Multichannel News;2/8/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p13
An interview with senior adviser of United States Federal Communication Commission Steven Waldman is presented. He states that he is trying to preserve certain functions that also includes accountability journalism. He discusses the recommendations made to the national broadband plan as there were implications for the future of journalism in the broadband initiative. He reports that the network neutrality rules are necessary to the future of journalism.


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