Why internet policy matters | Marvin Ammori | TEDxUofM





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Uploaded on May 27, 2011

Net neutrality lawyer Marvin Ammori argues why we must protect the internet as one unified, neutral and free network

TEDxUofM took place April 8th, 2011 at the historic Michigan Theater on the campus of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

University of Michigan 1998, Marvin Ammori is an internationally recognized lawyer whose expertise is in Internet and media law, freedom of speech, and cybersecurity law. He has acted as counsel on some of the most important cases involving the Internet, media, and the 21st Century First Amendment, including as lead lawyer before the FCC in the Comcast-BitTorrent case, regarding network neutrality.

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