How Obama helped reshape internet rules
June 16, 2016
Days after a crushing midterm defeat in which Democrats lost their Senate majority, President Obama released a video that endeared him to Silicon Valley and millions of internet activists.
The video, released while Obama was traveling in Asia, made the case for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to adopt the strongest possible rules to ensure a free internet.
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