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Could New Online Privacy Laws Lead to Unnecessary Regulation?

www.pcworld.com
Recent online privacy proposals by the U.S. White House and Federal Trade Commission could lead to new regulations that stifle innovation on the Internet....
Could New Online Privacy Laws Lead to Unnecessary Regulation?

Mere Hours After Google Announces Its Plans, AT&T Announces Its Own Plans For Gigabit Fiber In Austin

techcrunch.com
In the worst kept secret in Austin history, Google announced in conjunction with the city that it would be the second location to get Google’s Fiber offering. Just a few hours after that announcement, AT&T made its own plans known for Austin, and it includes (surprise) 1 Gigabit Fiber as...
Mere Hours After Google Announces Its Plans, AT&T Announces Its Own Plans For Gigabit Fiber In Austin

Cordray Faces Tough Crowd At First Senate Hearing

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WASHINGTON -- Republicans on Tuesday welcomed Richard Cordray to his first Senate hearing as director of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau with a polite warning: Your time on the job could be short. "I can't imagine how anybody could maintain, under the circumstances, that your appointment and your service...
Cordray Faces Tough Crowd At First Senate Hearing
Following Google, AT&T announces plans for 1 gigabit per second network in Austin, Texas

AT&T would totally bring gigabit to Austin, provided it gets same deal as Google

arstechnica.com
On the same day that Google announced it was launching Google Fiber in the Texas capital, AT&T said it would be more than happy to do the same—that is, assuming that the telco giant is “granted the same terms and conditions as Google on issues such as geographic scope...
AT&T would totally bring gigabit to Austin, provided it gets same deal as Google

Court sides with FCC over Verizon in fight over data roaming

gigaom.com
Verizon Wireless fought the Federal Communications Commission, and the FCC won -– at least for now. The U.S. Court of Appeals for Washington, D.C., has unanimously upheld the FCC’s requirements that big operators make their mobile broadband networks available to smaller players through roaming agreements. When the FCC instituted the...
Court sides with FCC over Verizon in fight over data roaming
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