Court OK's "Net Neutrality" Treating Internet as a Utility

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Today a federal court upheld so-called Open Internet rules, also called "net neutrality." Two years ago, John Oliver of HBO's Last Week offered a clear explanation of what that means.

For a more sober account today's decision, we turn to Brendan Sasso, who covers technology for National Journal, and Columbia University law professor Tim Wu, who coined the phrase "net neutrality" and is the author of The Master Switch.




Warren Olney