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June 2, 2015 11:37 pm
How is the United States doing when it comes stepping into the digital information sharing age?
Former FCC Chairman ” target=”_blank”>Michael Powell says things could be better for some.
It turns out, economics has a large role to play when it comes to accessing and using digital information.
That’s the basis of a new report from the Knight Commission and the Aspen Institute.
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Powell, now chairman of the MK Powell Group, tells us more about the report — and gives us his thoughts on what role the government should be playing when it comes to existing in the digital age.