Telecommunications Bill

The Telecommunications Bill now before Congress is a massive piece of legislation that aims to "deregulate all aspects of information technology" — from telephones to cable companies to the Internet. In this hour: an examination of the bill and how it will affect our wallets and our lives. Guests: Steven Miller Author Civilizing Cyberspace Member National Board of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility Cambridge, MA Andrew Lippman Associate Director MIT Media Lab Cambridge, MA Richard Wiley Chairman FCC's Advisory Committee on Advanced Television Service Washington, D.C. Listeners call in



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