Google Public Policy Blog: Facts about our network neutrality policy proposal
Google has been taking some serious heat these last few days after announcing their joint proposal with Verizon. In the latest installment Google takes another attempt at explaining their reason for backing this proposal.
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Within the last week there have been many rumors, arguments and public outrage for what some believe is an attempt by Google & Verizon to circumvent Net Neutrality.
The story hit the mainstream when the NY Times published an article stating the two were “nearing an agreement that could allow Verizon to speed some online . . . → Read More: Google, Verizon & Net Neutrality
It’s not hard to see how AT&T has benefited from being the exclusive carrier for the iPhone. Last quarter they gained 1.6 million new wireless subscribers and saw profits rise by 26%. It’s therefore, understandable, that the majority of the new subscribers purchased iPhones.
AT&T recently filed their quarterly SEC report and it’s a bit . . . → Read More: AT&T – High on Retaining iPhone Customers or Just High?
Ok, so he’s my only brother but I wanted to take a moment to say happy birthday bro. God has blessed me with a great family so today I’d like to recognize my big brother, Juan.
So first off – Juan has no shame. He will tell you like it is whether it’s “politically correct” . . . → Read More: Happy Birthday To My Favorite Brother