UW-Madison scholars offer a map to the net neutrality debate

Maybe you’ve spotted it in your daily news feed in the last few weeks. Net neutrality — the idea that the Internet should remain an open, democratic, free-market medium for all people, regardless of how much they pay — is getting mainstream attention.

At the UW-Madison, Danny Kimball and Lucas Graves both study issues involving net neutrality. Kimball is an instructor and Ph.D. candidate in UW- Madison’s Communication Arts Department specializing in new media;; net neutrality is the focus of his dissertation. Graves is a former Wired reporter and now an assistant professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

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