As we all know, the internet is a mixed blessing: instant access to knowledge comes with worries about privacy, information overload, truth and verifiability. Where do we get our news? Where should we? Is it safe to use a debit card online And now even the instant access may not be so instant—how will the rollback of net neutrality affect us personally?
Ken Rogerson is an associate professor of the practice in Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy. He is the director of the Policy Journalism and Media Studies Certificate program. He currently teaches and does research on technology policy, news media and international communications.