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Forecasting the Future of the Internet

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Forecasting the Future of the Internet

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Forecasting the Future of the Internet

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What's the future of the Internet, and who will control that future? Are the days of "anything goes" on the Internet numbered? Ira Flatow leads a discussion on networks, laws and how people live and work online.

Guests:

Tim Wu, co-author of Who Controls the Internet? Illusions of a Borderless World; law professor, Columbia University.

John Horrigan, associate director for research, Pew Internet & American Life Project.

Larry Peterson, professor and chairman, Department of Computer Science and director, PlanetLab Consortium; Princeton University.