Tim Wu on communication monopolies, net neutrality and the future of new media

Tim Wu is a professor at Columbia Law School, where he teaches copyright and communications. In the video Tim Wu speaks about how communication mediums from the telephone to the internet become controlled by monopolies. Widely knows as the originator of the phrase "net neutrality", he talks about what it is and the history of net neutrality. He also speaks about Google's power and their attempts to take over the smart phone market. He makes some interesting predictions about the future of information technology as well.

Source: The New Yorker online

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