How the Internet Morphed Into a Space Run by the Agendas of Massive Corporations

From a boundless and free information superhighway to our current reality

A desk with a desktop computer on it; two red chairs pushed up against the desk; A group of people assembled behind the desk and chairs
The information highway has been compromised by the agendas of businesses. Getty Images

Since halfway through this decade—and more pointedly, since November 2016—the narrative around the internet has been changing.

@apierno Adam Pierno is avp marketing strategy at Arizona State University's Enterprise Marketing Hub.
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