From GritTV: President Obama campaigned on the issue of a free and open Internet as a candidate who understood the importance of 21st-century communication tools, and he appointed a chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Julius Genachowski, who also is a strong proponent of Net Neutrality–or was. After the court ruling in Comcast v. FCC, it seems that Genachowski might cave in to the demands of the big telecom companies and allow them to continue to have free rein over your Internet access.

To discuss the situation, and what we can do about it, we speak to Tim Karr of Free Press and Amalia Deloney of the Center for Media Justice.

*Amalia and Tim Start at about 13:31 into the video below:


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