Monday, September 14, 2015

Of Interest

It was reported in the New York Times yesterday that Timothy Wu, Columbia Law School professor who coined the term "net neutrality" and Zephyr Teachout's running mate last year in the race for governor, has been appointed to the attorney general's office: "Tim Wu, Open Internet Advocate, Joins New York Attorney General's Office." Wu, who will serve as a special adviser to Eric Schneiderman, focusing on issues involving technology, begins his new job today.

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