Corbett Report Radio 170 – Internet Freedom and Food World Order

by | Jul 6, 2012 | Radio | 0 comments

Internet freedom. Everyone talks about it, but who can define it? Is it the freedom to have the government use its big stick to beat down companies that want to do unpopular things on the internet? Or is it the freedom of those companies to provide their services in the way that they want? Tonight we explore the nature and meaning of internet freedom in the first half of the broadcast, and in the second half we talk to James Evan Pilato for our weekly update.

Works Cited:

The Declaration of Internet Freedom

The Pauls’ New Internet Freedom Campaign

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