Last week, the Federal Communications Commission adopted its first-ever regulations for the Internet, rules meant to ensure equal access to the flow of cyberspace. But the new rules are already being criticized for not going far enough. "Net neutrality" may prove to be an elusive goal, just as many of the other promises of the Internet age have failed to be fully realized. Do we need more regulation of the Internet or less? Has the web really allowed democracy to flourish around the world or have repressive governments turned it to their advantage? Two decades on, has the Internet lived up to early hopes that it would be a force for good?
Regulating the Internet: How Much Is Too Much?
Brian Stelter - Reporter, New York Times, Evgeny Morozov - New Republic - @evgenymorozov, Andrew Rasiej - Founder, Personal Democracy Forum, James Lewis - Center for Strategic and International Studies - @james_a_lewis