George Lucas, creator of the Star Wars franchise and head of a nonprofit group designed to encourage innovation in schools, called on lawmakers June 24 to create a free, "third internet" that would be used solely for educational use, PC Magazine reports. "As we move into the future, most everything's going to end up wireless and as it ends up wireless, [the government is] going to be auctioning off bandwidth," Lucas told the House Energy and Commerce's subcommittee on telecommunications and the internet. "As you auction this off, why don't you just hold some back for schools and libraries?" Lucas


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