Slate's partners at the New America Foundation are webcasting an important discussion on Friday evening. Moderated by the Atlantic's James Fallows, it focuses on political dissent in the Internet age and features a distinguished panel that includes Google CEO Eric Schmidt, Slate contributor and Columbia law professor Tim Wu, and the State Department's Alec Ross. It begins around 8:30 p.m. ET. You can watch in the player below:
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