Lessig Leads Net Neutrality Charge in Stanford Inquisition

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. . . at last Thursday’s tense Federal Communications Committee (FCC) hearing, described in detail at http://freepress.net/node/38745.

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Stanford University Law Professor Lawrence Lessig is also leading the charge at the crucial Senate committee hearing on net neutrality that began this morning in Washington, D.C., http://freepress.net/node/38752. And he’ll be a featured speaker of the 2008 National Conference on Media Reform (NCMR), June 6-8, at the Minneapolis Convention Center, www.freepress.net/conference/. For much more on him, the FCC, Congress and maintaining a free and open Internet, visit www.freepress.net.

Richard Lee Dechert, member
Twin Cities NCMR Host Committee

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