Is the U.S. Falling Behind in the Telecommunications Revolution?

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In the future, most US Internet users will have only one choice for a world-class, high-speed provider. In Seoul, South Korea users can already choose between three, highly competitive sources—and pay less for faster service. What does that reveal about American technology—and the economy of the future?

Credits

Guest:
Susan Crawford - Cardozo School of Law - @scrawford

Host:
Warren Olney