Grabowski supports Obama's proposal to regulate the Internet as a public utility. The lessons learned from U.S. history along with contemporary international examples illustrate the benefits of such regulation, argues Grabowski, a lawyer who teaches Internet Law at Adelphi University. He previously published a book chapter that examines this issue in depth.
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