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U.N. World Summit on Information Age

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U.N. World Summit on Information Age

U.N. World Summit on Information Age

U.N. World Summit on Information Age

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A look at the debate of who controls the Internet, as is being discussed at phase two of The World Summit on the Information Society.

Guest:

Lawrence Lessig, professor of law at Stanford Law School and columnist for Wired magazine