Internet Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality
Published July 12, 2017
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    As thousands of websites plan a massive online protest to save Net Neutrality, including Twitter, Amazon, Reddit, Netflix, OK Cupid, Mozilla, Etsy, Kickstarter, and Vimeo.  CLBR  discusses this historic Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality and what it means. Our guest is Joshua Stager (@joshuastager) ‏policy counsel and government affairs lead at the New American Foundation’s Open Technology Institute.  Prior to joining New America, Stager was Sen. Al Franken’s law fellow on the Senate Judiciary Committee, where he focused on telecommunications, antitrust, commercial privacy, and surveillance policy. He was previously a legislative aide in the House of Representatives and an assistant editor at Congressional Quarterly.
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