Forecasting the Future of the Internet 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.
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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.