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Barry Diller Talks Net Neutrality at SXSW

Barry Diller Talks Net Neutrality at SXSW

By Chris Crum March 14, 2011

Barry Diller spoke about the various aspects of the media today. We looked at what he had to say about the The Daily Beast/Newsweek deal, The Daily, and the iPad here. Diller also spoke for a bit about net neutrality. …

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