Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 4th Jul 2006 17:46 UTC
Google Google has strong words for legislators who are currently mulling over net neutrality issues: the company will take any perceived abuse to the US Department of Justice. Speaking at a news conference in Bulgaria, Internet pioneer and now Google VP Vint Cerf said that the company will be 'happy' if legislators ultimately opt to support net neutrality principles, but in the absence of such support, the company will take a wait-and-see approach. "If we are not successful in our arguments... Then we will simply have to wait until something bad happens and then we will make known our case to the Department of Justice's anti-trust division," he said.
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Coop net
by werfu on Wed 5th Jul 2006 13:46 UTC
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Am I the only one who though we could one day create our own network? This is happening currently with some wireless city project. We need to take telco from big companies or else we'll finish up crushed under big corp will.

This world is going so wrong...

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