Kevin Werbach

University of Pennsylvania

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Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School; former Counsel for New Technology Policy at the Federal Communications Commission (1994-1998)

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New deals involving Comcast and other companies could have an impact on the quality, content and price of your Internet service.

Comcast and the Internet's Future

New deals involving Comcast and other companies could have an impact on the quality, content and price of your Internet service.

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