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Talking net neutrality on RNZ Nine-to-Noon

I talk on Radio New Zealand National Nine-to-noon programme with Katherine Ryan about the US government moves to scrap net neutrality rules. It’s available as a 20-minute audio stream or download. 

This has been on the cards since the US election a year ago. The telecommunications giants pushed for the new government to scrap net neutrality. No-one else is happy about the idea. In the audio, I explain some ideas behind the issue. I also look at why there is such a fuss in the US when most other countries don’t care.

If you’re new to the subject or would like some background on how net neutrality applies here,  Net Neutrality in New Zealand will bring you up to speed.

Published by Bill Bennett

Not actually a geek, more a chronicler of geekdom. Still mainly a journalist, sometimes a blogger.

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