Time and technology are transforming the Internet. From the number and types of users to the devices they use, the applications they run, the communications networks that make up the network itself, and the business relationships it all supports, today’s Internet is a far cry from the world of simple browsers and web pages that burst into the public consciousness in the mid–1990s. As Christopher Yoo explains in his new book titled “The Dynamic Internet” (AEI Press, September 2012), these changes have fundamental implications for public policy, including both communications regulation and antitrust policy.
Join us for a discussion of the policy implications of the dynamic Internet in 2013. Books will be available for purchase.
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