Regulating the Internet: How Much Is Too Much?

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Today's topic is the Internet and the debate over net neutrality, the idea that Internet providers should treat all sources of data equally so that consumers can control what they view and use on the web. Do new federal regulations achieve that goal? In the twenty years since the internet first became a household term, has it accomplished what technology visionaries said it would? Also, the East Coast is digging out but airport delays persist, and conservatives no longer dominate the debate at the Supreme Court, thanks to the two Obama appointees who took the bench this year. Sara Terry guest hosts.

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Sara Terry


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