Joanne McNeil described how internet use shifted from being individualistic, spontaneous, and voluntary to being data and advertising driven and dominated by corporations.
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- Kendra Albert Clinical Instructor Harvard Law School->Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Meghan Bedsted Event Supervisor Harvard Book Store
Joanne McNeil Author
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