A scheduled FCC vote on a free nationwide wireless internet, was
derailed this week after outcry from the Bush administration, the
ACLU, Congressional Democrats, and the digerati. What was it about the
FCC's proposal that raised the eyebrows of such a diverse group of
opponents? David Weinberger interviews Stephen Schultze of the Berkman
Center to find out more.
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