With Trump’s election and arguments over neo-Nazi websites, the tech industry consensus against internet regulation is crumbling
Cloudflare hosted its annual Internet Summit this past week.
At the event, CEO Matthew Prince openly discussed his controversial decision to drop a neo-Nazi website as a customer.
While attendees largely opposed internet regulation, the feeling wasn’t uniform.
Matthew Prince isn’t shying away from the internet censorship debate.
That was clear this week when the CEO of Cloudflare hosted the third annual Internet Summit at his company’s San Francisco headquarters. Instead of just concentrating on technology or business issues, several of the sessions at the conference focused on the philosophical concern with which the tech industry has been wrestling lately — how and when …read more
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