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France’s telecom regulator thinks net neutrality should also apply to devices

[ad_1] The ARCEP, France’s equivalent of the FCC in the U.S., wants to go beyond telecommunications companies. While many regulatory authorities have focused on carriers and internet service providers, the French authority thinks Google, Apple, Amazon and all the big tech companies also need their...

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New York governor signs executive order protecting net neutrality in the state

[ad_1] The home of the Statue of Liberty just made the internet more free.Image: BackyardProduction/Getty Images/iStockphotoBy Nicole Gallucci2018-01-24 19:59:14 UTC The battle is on for states striving to preserve fair internet usage. A month after the Federal Communications Commission's widely criticized decision to essentially kill net...

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