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Net Neutrality & Future of Internet Access Panel Discussion on-line

On March 25th, Somerville Community Access Television (SCATV) organized a panel discussion on the topic of Net Neutrality & Future of Internet Access.  It was hosted at Tufts University and was co-sponsored by Wicked Local Somerville, Arlington Community Media, Inc., Cambridge Community Television, Boston Neighborhood Network, and the Massachusetts Pirate Party.

SCATV posted the video which is embedded below.

Panelists included:

  • Candace Clement, Advocacy & Organizing Manager, Free Press
  • Daniel Lyons, Assistant Professor, Boston College Law School
  • Cara Lisa Berg Powers, Co-Director, Press Pass TV
  • David Talbot, Chief Correspondent, MIT Technology Review
  • Moderator: Nina Huntemann, Associate Professor, Suffolk University

We hope you find it helpful in thinking about why net neutrality is important for a free and open society.

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