Why are telcos upset Google isn't subject to Obama's new cybersecurity rules?

Why are telcos upset Google isn't subject to Obama's new cybersecurity rules?

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New The debate about how best to protect the nation from hypothetical dire, impending cyber attacks on infrastructure, which government officials and military leaders have been warning of for years, is far from settled in Washington. In fact, President Obama's recent move to sign an executive order on cybersecurity creating...
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