OCP Note: Susan Crawford is a clinical professor of law at the Cyberlaw Clinic
Harvard law professor Susan Crawford joins Adam this week to discuss why America – the country that invented the internet – struggles to provide access to affordable, high-speed internet. She explains why just a few telecom companies monopolize the industry, fiber vs. wireless, the real deal with 5G, and why the internet should become a public utility.
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