Academics, agencies, and executives, among many others, have weighed in on Google and Verizon's joint policy proposal for an "open Internet," a framew...
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The most important outcome of the Google-Verizon talks was actually the non-existence of an agreement. Namely that Verizon and Google don't have a backroom deal to implement their own private net neutrality vision.
Cut through the platitudes the two companies (Googizon, anyone?) offered on today's press call, and you'll find this deal is even worse than advertised.
Since its beginnings, the Internet was a level playing field that allowed all content to move at the same speed, whether it's ABC News or your uncle's video blog. That's all about to change.
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