Thu, Apr 8, 2010 -- 9:00 AM
Net Neutrality RulingDownload audio (MP3)
A circuit court ruled yesterday that the FCC does not have the right to regulate the way Internet companies manage their broadband networks. The decision is seen as a blow to the FCC and supporters of net neutrality rules. So what is net neutrality? And what does the court decision mean for consumers and telecom companies?
Host: Michael Krasny
- Adam Thierer, president of the Progress and Freedom Foundation, a policy group partly funded by telecommunications firms, and director of the foundation's Center for Digital Media Freedom
- Art Brodsky, director of communications for Public Knowledge
- Declan McCullagh, chief political correspondent for CNET.com
- Eric Klinker, president and CEO of BitTorrent
- "Court Deals a Blow to Net Neutrality" : from KQED Radio News
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