The internet and digital communications technology has become fundamental to our way of life in the last year. A fast and reliable broadband connection has been vital in feeding ourselves, entertaining ourselves, educating our children and continuing to work during the pandemic. We’re not going back to the way we were, so how will the internet develop in the future?
Today’s guests have worked in and around the internet for two decades. Euan Semple started the BBC’s DigiLab in the mid 1990s, and now works with organisations and people to help them understand the impact of technology, while Neville Hobson recently left a position with The Internet Society and believes that the internet should be available for everyone.
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