Amalia Deloney is the grassroots policy director for the Center for Media Justice. She talked to News Taco about how the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile would reduce choices for Latinos who often primarily use wireless to connect to the Internet. The way it breaks down, she says, is this: If you control who can access the Internet, you control who has access to a good life. One can no longer access good work, education, healthcare or any other opportunities without the Internet, so limiting access to this is like limiting access to life.
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