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Reddittors Propose 'Free Internet Act'

01.02.2012 01:00
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We'll take a look at a new assessment by US intelligence agencies. They say that the number one threat to the country is no longer Al Qaeda and affiliates, but Iran. Then, while a recent NYT report concluded that corporations like Apple are shipping jobs overseas because this country is failing to produce enough skilled workers, David Sirota claims this is perpetuating an education crisis myth. Also the Reddit community isn't stopping after SOPA and PIPA. There's a new suggestion to create a piece of legislation of their own, called the Free Internet Act. Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian is going to give us the details. And then don’t miss happy hour.

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