Join me for an interview with Tim Wu, the “father” of Net Neutrality, author of âMaster Switchâ and democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor of New York. Itâs a wide open discussion on policy and politics impacting entrepreneurs, innovation and the fight for free and open networks and economies. Who does control the Internet? Could the Internet come to be ruled by one corporate leviathan in possession of âthe master switchâ? Is the borderless world an illusion? As the U.S. FCC ends its review, what is the fate of Net Neutrality? How should EU and U.S. governments shape competition and antitrust laws to nurture creative, innovation economies? Entrepreneurial economies? Is political corruption an innovation killer? What policies and regs help small businesses thrive? Should information be a public good? Can we have an open internet and âpaid prioritization? What is the future of internet governance? How can you impact the formation of policies that impact your business?
Tim Wu is best known for his work on Net Neutrality theory and as a force in the fight for free and open networks and economies. He is author of âThe Master Switch,â âNetwork Neutrality,â & âBroadband Discrimination.â Wu is a policy advocate and professor at Columbia Law School, who is currently seeking the Democratic nomination for Lt. Governor of New York alongside, Zephyr Teachout. He writes also about private power, free speech, copyright and antitrust. In 2013 he was named one of America’s 100 Most Influential Lawyers; He is a fellow at the New America Foundation, and contributing editor at The New Republic. He previously served as a senior advisor to the Federal Trade Commission, Chair of Media reform group Free Press, as a fellow at Google, and worked for Riverstone Networks in the telecom industry. He was a law clerk for Judge Richard Posner and Justice Stephen Breyer. He graduated from McGill University (B.Sc.), and Harvard Law School.
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