How Neoliberalism Seized the Internet
Paris Marx is joined by Dan Greene to discuss how the Clinton administration reframed poverty through the lens of the internet and how that transformed the missions of key institutions like libraries and schools.
Dan Greene is an assistant professor at University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies. He is the author of “The Promise of Access: Technology, Inequality, and the Political Economy of Hope.” Follow Dan on Twitter at @Green_DM.
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- Anna Pacquin starred in a series of commercials for MCI about the internet
- Ben Tarnoff wrote about the privatization of the internet
- Dan wrote an article about the landlords of the internet