Media expert witnesses may opine on film, television, wireless technology, and associated topics. In the news, Lee Knife, Interim Executive Director of the Digital Media Association, responded to AT&T’s recent announcement of its plan to slow down the speed or “throttle” wireless service for its heaviest data users.
If implemented, AT&T’s plans to throttle or place arbitrary caps on mobile wireless data users will likely hinder the substantial economic progress, innovation and improvements to the general public welfare that have been witnessed since the advent of the Internet. On issues ranging from education to healthcare to online gaming and other forms of social entertainment, Internet access has given rise to countless new opportunities by offering an important pipeline of information and services that were unimaginable just a few short years ago.
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