Harvard Law’s Jonathan Zittrain Tackles Net Neutrality, Copyright, and Innovation

Should people have the ability to connect to any other point on the Internet? Have copyright extensions deadened the pace of U.S. innovation? And what is the generative pattern of technology? Microsoft CTO Barry Briggs chats with Harvard Law School Professor Jonathan Zittrain, co-founder and faculty co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School, in search of answers to these and other timely questions.


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