Wireless Philadelphia wiki!

This week in class, four students argued whether the Philadelphia
wireless policy was a sensible model for municipalities around the
world.  They did a remarkable job.  Their work is set down
for others to see, here, on a class wiki
that includes each of their arguments for and against the policy as a
model for other municipalities.  I am sure they’d like comments —
if you e-mail them to me at jpalfrey AT law.harvard.edu I’d be happy to
pass them along to the class.

1 thought on “Wireless Philadelphia wiki!

  1. I’m glad to see that Philadelphia’s Wireless Initiative is getting recognized throughout the country. I think we’re headed in the right direction and hope that other municipalities will follow suit. I’d love to never have to worry about finding a connection (even though it’s fairly easy) in every city I go to.

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