Many have predicted much doom about the FCC’s striking down of net neutrality rules put in place during the Obama Administration. Some suggest that you will now pay for the Internet the way you do(or did)for cable television–in bundles. Our guest, Professor Richard Hanley, of Quinnipiac University, does not think we can rush to judgment about the impacts and that the major players involved will have to respond cautiously to the what we, as consumers, have come to expect from our internet experience. He frames the issues in ways we can all understand and calls out the companies who will dominate our internet experience. He also weighs in on the other recent moves by the FCC and entertainment companies that will affect the way we consume media in this digital age.
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