On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Few tech debates are as wonky as the fight over “network neutrality” — a battle over how information is allowed to travel on the information superhighway. In 2007, music fan Robb Topolski stumbled into a net neutrality fight with Comcast — the nation’s largest cable provider. We talk with a filmmaker whose new documentary examined the dispute and explore what’s at stake for average Internet users in the future.
- Georgia Sugimura Archer Director, Producer, Writer, "Barbershop Punk"
- Robb Topolski Chief Technologist, Open Technology Initiative, New America Foundation
- Damian Kulash Musician, "OK Go"
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