Policy tools – regulatory

Condon of CNET recounts Thomas Friedman and Chris Savage discussing the policy window currently open for regulating technology:

“Reaching the most democratic solutions will require making the Internet policy process as interactive as the Net,” said Nathan James, the program and outreach manager for the Media and Democracy Coalition, an affiliation of consumer, public interest, and labor groups.”If we don’t hear from a diversity of perspectives now, how will we ever know we charted the best course?”

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