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  • Tim Wu is a candidate for the 2014 Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor of New York. He is a professor at Columbia Law School, the former chair of media reform group Free Press, and a regular contributor to the New Yorker. He is also a former Bernard L. Schwartz and Future Tense fellow at The New America Foundation. He is best known for coining the phrase network neutrality in his paper Network Neutrality, Broadband Discrimination, and popularizing the concept thereafter, leading in part to the 2010 passage of a federal Net Neutrality rule. Wu has also made significant contributions to wireless communications policy, most notably with his "Carterfone" proposal. Wu is a scholar of the media and technology industries, and his academic specialties include antitrust, copyright and telecommunications law. In 2013, Wu was named to National Law Journal's "America's 100 Most Influential Lawyers." Additionally, Wu was named one of Scientific American's 50 people of the year in 2006, and in 2007 Wu was named one of Harvard University's 100 most influential graduates by 02138 magazine.

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