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article imageVideo: Apple co-founder Steve Wosniak on Internet freedom

By Anne Sewell     Aug 14, 2012 in Internet
In this interview Apple co-founder Steve Wosniak gives his opinions on everything from the start of the Internet, to censorship and freedom, to WikiLeaks and Anonymous.
Wosniak says when Apple first started out, it was never envisioned that computers would eventually become such an integral part of most people's homes.
When the Internet started, he said it was a great place to be with no boundaries. And today Wosniak believes the Internet should be a country in its own stead, with its own rules, not imposed by big corporations and governments.
He fears freedom of information is under attack, with the Internet controlled and regulated in unnecessary and harmful ways.
In this interview Wosniak discusses everything from the threat of Internet censorship, to the case against Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom, to WikiLeaks.
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