Tuesday, December 21, 2010
When Obama was running for office three years ago, he pledged to support the principle of a free and open internet saying, "I will take a backseat to no one with regards to net neutrality." Fast forward to today and the FCC Chair that Obama appointed is leading a vote that could end net neutrality. Today's pivotal vote will decide on a new set of regulations that critics say will create a two-tiered system for the Internet. We speak with Craig Aaron of the media reform group Free Press.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange may be out of jail, but his legal battle on sexual assault charges is still ongoing. Sweden insists on his extradition from the UK. However Assange is sure no proper justice awaits him there. Laura Emmett is following the case in London.
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