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Net Neutrality and Intellectual Property – Chicago Technology Attorney Marcus Stephen Harris

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Chicago) September 15, 2010 For further information contact: Nick Augustine (312) 854-7149 / nick@alrpra.com ### EVENT – SCHEDULED APPEARANCE on Law Talk Radio webcast: “Net Neutrality and Intellectual Property – Chicago Technology Attorney Marcus Stephen Harris” On Thursday, September 16, 2010 Chicago Technology Attorney, Mr. Marcus Stephen Harris will appear and explain the general issues surrounding the net neutrality debate and how it impacts the world of technology and intellectual property. WHO – Technology Attorney Marcus Stephen Harris of the global law firm of Marcus Stephen Harris LLC is a top tier technology attorney with an impressive reputation for knowing the technology industry from inside out so that his firm continues to offer unparalleled legal services to global technology and intellectual property clients. Marcus Stephen Harris LLC is located downtown Chicago, Illinois. Law firm web site: http://www.mshtechlaw.com/ SUBJECT MATTER – Network neutrality (also net neutrality, Internet neutrality) is a principle proposed for user access networks participating in the Internet that advocates no restrictions by Internet Service Providers and governments on content, sites, platforms, on the kinds of equipment that may be attached, and no restrictions on the modes of communication allowed. Opponents argue that “net neutrality” would create a safe harbor for pirates who loot intellectual property – because network operators would be discouraged from preventing pirates from stealing your protected works. Chicago Technology Attorney, Marcus Stephen Harris has his finger on this hot issue and will explain why we should be concerned about net neutrality. ### For interviews regarding Chicago Technology Attorney, Marcus Stephen Harris, as well as net neutrality, technology and intellectual property law, generally, contact Nick Augustine at (312) 854-7149 or mailto:nick@alrpra.com © 2010 ALR/PRA, Inc.

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