The constant access and instant publication that the Internet allows have given every pundit an online soapbox. This content explosion has created two related problems for consumers and industry: how to find valuable content online (whatever "valuable" means) and how to moderate the flow of the content itself. Tim Wu argues in The Master Switch that the second issue of content control and mediation has been fiercely debated in the United States as far back as the invention of the telephone in the late nineteenth century. Consumers, creators, companies, and government officials have disputed the appropriate regulations for the devices and networks that deliver information to consumers.[...] The Master Switch is most convincing as a work of popular history but slightly disappoints in its arguments for a new national telecommunications policy.
G. S. Hans,
Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev.
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