Silicon Valley uneasy about future of net neutrality
On December 14, the FCC will vote on whether or not to rollback Obama-era regulations on Internet Service Providers. Critics say the move could threaten what’s called “net neutrality,” the idea that ISP’s should not be allowed to control the flow of traffic on the Internet. North Gate Radio reporter Spencer Silva spoke with Silicon Valley entrepreneur Cyrus Lohrasbpour about how the forthcoming vote may affect Bay Area start-ups.
REPORTER: Spencer Silva
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