NCTA's McSlarrow Frames ISP Debate

Eggerton, John
December 2009
Multichannel News;12/14/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 46, p24
Information about several papers discusses at a workshop sponsored by the Federal Communications Commission is presented. Topics include freespeech implication of network neutrality, how network works, and speech, democratic engagement and open Internet. The workshop featured speaker Kyle McSlarrow.


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