The future of the Internet is up for grabs. Last year, the
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) effectively eliminated
net neutrality rules, which ensured that every content creator
on the Internet - from big-time media concerns to backroom
bloggers - had equal opportunity to make their voice heard. Now,
large and powerful corporations are lobbying Washington to turn
the World Wide Web into what critics call a "toll road,"
threatening the equitability that has come to define global
democracy's newest forum. In Part III of our interview, Marc Ash
Spoke to Bill Moyers about this important issue.
Moyers on America: "The Net@Risk" airs Wednesday, October 18, on
your local PBS station.