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Tim Wu - Interview

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About this Event

25 May 2009

An interview with Professor Tim Wu

About the Speaker:

Tim Wu is a professor at Columbia Law School, the chairman of media reform organisation Free Press, and the co-author of Who Controls the Internet? (Oxford U. Press, 2006). He is noted for coining the phrase Net Neutrality which has become a highly influential principle in internet governance. Wu was recognised in 2008 as one of 50 leaders in science and technology by Scientific American magazine. In 2007, Wu was listed as one of Harvard Universitys most influential graduates by 02138 magazine.

Tim Wu presents his keynote speech on the Innovation Cycle.


Theme: Digital Future 

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