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Cukier: The Struggle for Control of the Internet

Interviewee: Kenneth Neil Cukier
Interviewer: Eben Kaplan
December 8, 2006

Economist technology writer Kenneth Neil Cukier discusses issues he raised in a 2005 Foreign Affairs article about control of the Internet. At present the United States holds the most power, but other nations are clamoring to have a say.


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