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National Information Infrastructure (Internet)

In 1993 CPSR saw great promise in the National Information Infrastructure (NII), later to be known as the Internet. CPSR believed that the benefits of the NII should not be framed solely in economic or functional terms. The nation's communications infrastructure should reflect the values of democracy. Ultimately, the success of the NII will be measured by whether it empowers citizens, protects individual rights, and strengthens the democratic institutions on which this country was founded.

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Last modified May 09, 2005 07:29 PM

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