Rewriting Broadband Regulation

David Bollier
June 10, 2011

Rewriting Broadband Regulation considers the domestic and international state of internet and broadband policies. The report reflects the issues and ideas raised by business leaders, academics, and policy experts at the Twenty-fifth Annual Aspen Institute Conference on Communications Policy. The report examines emerging threats to the internet and broadband and proposes refinements to existing regulations. It also proposes the innovative idea of creating "digital embassies" for treatment of data moving across borders. Download is free.

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