Techdirt Podcast Episode 242: Protocols Versus Platforms, Part Two

from the the-open-internet dept

Last week, we featured the first half of a panel discussion organized by Lincoln Network, all about the concept of open internet protocols versus proprietary walled-garden platforms. The panel is moderated by Marshall Kosloff and features Mike Masnick, Cory Doctorow, Ashley Tyson and Mai Sutton, and this week we've got the second half of the discussion plus the audience Q&A.

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    Anonymous Coward, 10 Mar 2020 @ 7:03pm

    The largest problem I see is the transnational control of the physical infrastructure. If that problem can be solved then things will get better but I don't see an adequate solution atm.

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    Anonymous Coward, 10 Mar 2020 @ 7:04pm

    Also, GWB was correct, the stem cell therapies are the most pressing medical problems.

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