U.N. Expert on Freedom of Speech Worried About U.S. Repeal of Net Neutrality

HeadlineDec 21, 2017
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The United Nations special rapporteur for freedom of speech says he’s concerned the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to repeal landmark net neutrality laws last week could impact the freedom of information worldwide. This is David Kaye.

David Kaye: “If the American system somehow restricts the ability of information to get out in the U.S., that will obviously also have an impact on the availability of information to the rest of the world about information in the U.S., perhaps about academic and science—scientific information, health information.”

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