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TV SHOW: Net Neutrality Discussion Including Comments from Dr. Vint Cerf (“A Father of the Internet”)

06.24.14

Current debate in Congress that the FCC “should leave net neutrality enforcement to antitrust agencies that can bring lawsuits against broadband providers after they see evidence of anti-competitive behavior” as reported by PCWorld.

I was part of the panel discussing Net Neutrality on the KERA (Dallas Public TV) broadcast on June 22, 2014 entitled “Net Neutrality: What Is It and Why Should I Care?

You are welcome to view the Net Neutrality program on the McCuistionTV.com website with host Dennis McCuistion interviewing a father of the Internet – Dr. Vinton Cerf, Tom Giovanetti (President, Institute for Policy Innovation), Gabe Rottman (Legislative Counsel/Policy Advisor American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Washington Legislative Office), and me.

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