Will The FCC Save The Internet? – Live Hearing In Minneapolis-Aug 19, 2010

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On Thursday, Aug. 19, FCC Commissioners Michael Copps and Mignon Clyburn will be in Minneapolis to hear from you about the future of the Internet — and whether you want corporations like Google and Verizon to grab control of the Internet and shut down the most democratizing platform we’ve seen in generations. You can attend or watch it here live on The UpTake.

Here are the details:
WHAT: Public Hearing on the Future of the Internet
DATE: Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010
TIME: 6:00 p.m.
LOCATION: South High School Auditorium, 3131 19th Avenue South, Minneapolis

The event, co-hosted by Free Press, Main Street Project and the Center for Media Justice, is free and will include comments from the public.

Michael McIntee

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